The role of district councils in integrated care was the subject of a recent DCN webinar. The event, held on 20 July, brought together the representatives of member councils and other parts of the health and care system to discuss how we can work together to reduce...
Responding to the Queen’s Speech which set out plans across England, Chairman of the District Councils Network, Cllr John Fuller, said: “We welcome the Government’s ambition to invest in public services to help all areas prosper and give more control back to...
HIGH STREETS EMERGENCY’: NEW RETAIL PLANNING APPLICATIONS HALVE IN FIVE YEARS Struggling high streets face a fight for survival after new analysis by the District Councils Network (DCN) found that the number of planning applications for new retail units has almost...
Responding to the launch of consultations on the new Resources and Waste Strategy, Cllr Isobel Darby, DCN Lead Member for Enhancing the Quality of Life, said: “District councils are committed to improving the environment and enhancing the quality of life of our...
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