Responding to draft analysis of the Letwin review into housebuilding, Cllr John Fuller, Chairman of the Districts’ Council Network, said: “The draft analysis from the Letwin review shows there is now a pressing need to rebalance the negotiating power between...
Responding to Theresa May’s keynote speech on NHS funding, Cllr John Fuller, Chairman of the District Councils’ Network, said: “Whilst we welcome the announcement of an additional £20 billion promised for the Health Service, we will only get full value if we focus on...
District councils must be able to raise council tax by 2 per cent to invest in prevention measures that would help relieve the ever increasing demand on social care and NHS budgets. The District Councils’ Network, which represents 200 district councils across England,...
The DCN has submitted a representation to HM Treasury ahead of the 2017 March Budget timetabled for 8 March. This response focuses primarily on the greater role districts can play in driving housing and economic growth. DCN Budget Submission March 2017
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