Closes 30 September 2019
This is the third Warwickshire cyber crime survey, carried out by Warwickshire County Council in partnership with the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. The last survey, conducted in 2017, found that an estimated £8,848,300 had been lost by Warwickshire adults as a result of cyber crime.
This consultation is on the Council’s proposed new Council Plan, formerly known as the Corporate Strategy.
Please complete the questionnaire by Tuesday 27th August 2019.
It is time for Stratford-on-Avon District Council to create a new plan to provide its directions for the next four years, and we need your help.
Since the local elections in May of this year, the Council has been working with key stakeholders (both internal and external) to produce a set of aspirations and outcomes that aims to have a positive impact for residents, communities and businesses in the District.
Deadline extended to 20 December 2019
The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) is researching the local elections in May this year to examine the elections process for local (parish and town) councils.
The research will gather data from local councils, councillors and county associations, and aims to find out more about candidates, costs, support, promotion, planning, resources and future reform.
This consultation opened on 27 July and will close on 20 September 2019.
Rail services in Warwickshire make a significant contribution to the local economy, business and local communities, helping to make Warwickshire an attractive place in which to live and work. The County Council has an excellent track record in delivering rail infrastructure and helping to improve services.
Warwickshire intends to continue this support and investment in the local rail network to help improve wider connectivity, contribute to the delivery of housing and employment opportunities and maximise the benefit of economic growth in Warwickshire over the next fifteen years and beyond. This draft strategy sets out Warwickshire County Council’s ambitious and challenging plans to improve the rail offer in Warwickshire and will form part of the County’s fourth Local Transport Plan (LTP4).
The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has welcomed the government's announcement for plans to strengthen the purpose and role of local (parish and town) councils across the country, including a commitment to make it easier to set up new local councils.
The Rights To Access Healthcare project is currently operating in Rugby, raising awareness of everybody's right to access a GP surgery, regardless of whether they have a fixed address, identification or their immigration status.
NALC's August 2019 Council Spotlight goes to Fillongley Parish Council
Council Spotlight will recognise your council, communities and individuals as well as partners that have championed the great work in the local council sector. From innovative ideas to lobbying for funding, from grassroots projects to getting more control from district councils.
Launch of 2019 Mental Health Directory of support services
The South Warwickshire Mental Health Partnership, made up of professionals from the third and public sectors, aims to improve awareness of mental health support services in South Warwickshire. Each year the Partnership holds an annual event to bring organisations together to collaborate better around mental health.
Periodically it is necessary to review and revise your financial regulations. This may be due to legislative changes or new technologies. The model financial regulations were last updated in 2016 and a number of changes are now required.
Local Government Association (LGA) has released a report on the practical steps for councillors to use to protect themselves from intimidation.
The National Association of Local Councils (NALC) has lent its backing to The Village Survival Guide, a new publication from rural charity The Prince’s Countryside Fund, published on 1 August 2019.
This year celebrates the 20th anniversary of Pride of Britain awards with a gala awards dinner, hosted by Carol Vorderman and screened in prime time on ITV in the Autumn. Attended by royalty, the Prime Minister and leading politicians as well as more than 100 of the biggest stars of showbusiness and sport, Pride of Britain is the most prestigious and best-known event of its kind.
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