Local Authority Matters February 2020


Our latest edition of Local Authority Matters looks at landlords who avoid business rates costs local authorities £1bn a year, leisure centre contracts in the era of climate crisis and modern slavery in local authority construction projects.

In this edition, we cover:

  • Landlords who avoid business rates costs local authorities £1bn a year
  • It’s hotting up – leisure centre contracts in the era of the climate crisis
  • How significant is modern slavery in local authority construction projects?
  • Access all areas? Ensuring public sector websites and mobile apps are accessible
  • The importance of pension trustee responsibilities
  • Beware ‘boroughwide’ injunctions
  • LA spotlight
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