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Financial and economic impact of local government – our report for the LGA

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As local government heads into one of the most difficult financial planning cycles in living memory our newly published study for the Local Government Association (LGA) distils a mountain of published evidence and data on the financial costs and benefits across the main areas of local government spending. Our report is intended to inform local and national decision-making processes as an accessible guide to existing evidence of the wider financial and economic impact of council expenditure.

Download the report here.

Although completed at the end of last year, publication of our report by the LGA  was unfortunately delayed by several months.

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