Rugby Borough Council consultation on draft Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan

Rugby Borough Council has published a draft Climate Change Strategy and Action Plan for the borough of Rugby and is asking for comments from residents, businesses and other interested parties. The draft strategy has been developed alongside voluntary and community organisations and reflects their shared ambitions to deliver a net zero carbon borough.

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Warwickshire's Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan

Warwickshire County Council is preparing a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP). They would like you to tell them what you think about the draft Warwickshire LCWIP.

An LCWIP is an evidence-based report which sets out a programme of prioritised improvements to enable more walking and cycling for everyday journeys.

A new survey on dementia-friendly councils

In 2020, NALC launched a survey to identify the work that local councils are doing to assist those most vulnerable in their communities and gain insight into potential barriers to this progress. Following this, NALC published the Dementia-Friendly Communities guide guide, demonstrating the positive impact of building dementia-friendly communities and providing local councils with the tools to help them develop their own. We’re now undertaking a new survey to gather feedback on the use and effectiveness of this publication to inform a potential update. The survey closes on 22 July 2022, if you have any questions please contact

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Suicide Prevention Across Coventry and Warwickshire

Every life lost to a suicide is a life lost too soon. 

Coventry and Warwickshire’s Suicide Prevention Partnership is inviting people to take part in a survey to help shape a refreshed approach to suicide prevention across the region. 

Evidence of Abuse and Intimidation of Councillors

The LGA launched the survey on 25 October 2021 to support its Civility in Public Life programme. NALC has signed up for this important work, so the survey will also cover local (parish and town) council experiences. It will sit alongside the local council specific NALC and Society of Local Council Clerks (SLCC) civility and respect project work.

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