DCN RESPONDS TO IFS REPORT ON BUSINESS RATES Responding to a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies on business rates retention, Cllr John Fuller, Chairman of the District Councils’ Network, said: “District councils build the national economy one local economy at...
NHS England have issued the following press release which references the work the DCN have been supporting to showcase the district role in delivering better lives for our communities. You can find the press release on their website by clicking this link. England’s...
DCN RESPONDS TO FINAL LOCAL GOVERNMENT FINANCE SETTLEMENT Responding to the final Local Government Finance Settlement, Cllr John Fuller, Chairman of the District Councils’ Network, said: “District councils will be relieved that the calculation errors in business rates...
DISTRICT COUNCILS OUTLINE EMPHASIS ON NEW POWERS TO ENSURE DEVELOPERS BUILD OUT PERMITTED LAND IN RESPONSE TO GOVERNMENT PLANNING CONSULTATION District Councils, who are responsible for approving 90 per cent of planning applications, and enabled almost half of all...
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