Join colleagues from across Wolverhampton and the Chamberlain Forum, the neighbourhood think-and-do-tank, for a briefing on making the Localism Act work for your locality and the terms of the Act including:
* local authority power of general competence
* elected mayors and changes in local governance
* new powers for neighbourhood communities
* neighbourhood planning.
'Act for Localism' is the latest research from the Chamberlain Forum looking into what elected members, public service managers and commissioners, charity chiefs and community groups and active citizens expect from the Localism Act.
The report focuses on the critical success factors in localised and open public services:
Copies of the report will be available at the seminar.
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