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Housing Intelligence

Event - Even more than before, we need to use all of our resources to the very best effect.  All too often we are ‘data rich’ but ‘information poor’ – we have lots of figures but not necessarily an understanding of what they tell us, or even whether they are...

Delivering Localism: the implications for the strategic housing role (THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL)

Event - This session will consider the Localism Act and its implications for local authorities. It also sets the general context for other elements of the joint East Midlands Councils/CIH training programme.  At the end of the day delegates will: Be fully informed of the potential...

31/03/2010

Housing Task Group

Page - Purpose To consider the impact of migration on the region on housing To link with and inform regional strategies and initiatives particularly relating to housing To monitor the impact of migration on housing To contribute to the Regional Strategic Migration...

10/06/2013

Past Events 2013-14

100 YEARS OF THE RTPI - What is the future for Planning? Programme 100 YEARS OF THE RTPI - 27 February 2014 Presentations The Academic Perspective - Sabine Coady Schaebitz A lawyer's perspective - Richard Ford Perspective from a LA Corporate Director - Christine Marshall The Campaigner...

What the outcomes of the General Election mean for Local Government and Public Services

Event (multiple dates) - The Shape of Local Government and Public Services Post-Election East Midlands Councils in partnership with Whitehall & Industry Group is holding a half day seminar for Councillors on Monday 22 June, which will provide initial analysis of what the...

Planning Masterclass: The Local Authority Role in Neighbourhood Planning

Event (multiple dates) - East Midlands Councils is holding a one day Planning Masterclass for local authority officers to provide advice on supporting local communities to prepare their Neighbourhood Plans on 29 September 2015 at our offices in Melton Mowbray. The course will include a look at a...