Libraries – national and local support Shared Intelligence is one of the most respected providers of strategic advice about public libraries, both to national bodies and individual library services.  We have helped clients at all levels ensure public library services are focused on making the greatest...

Local Government Association review of health and wellbeing boards Our annual “state of the nation” reports on health and wellbeing boards (HWBs) are widely recognised as the most authoritative barometer of these important partnership bodies. The titles of the four reports, which were commissioned by the LGA,...

New district councils: action research set In the current complex and rapidly changing environment good practice is often out of date before it is written. Our clients no longer want dead good practice. They want live good practice. They want to work with colleagues who are...

Local Government Association Beyond Brexit Our study “Beyond Brexit” forms the basis of a major Local Government Association discussion document on the future of funding currently sourced from the EU.  Our research considers the £8.4 billion in European Union Structural Investment Funds (ESIF) the UK had been due...

Public parks supporting economy and community In 2016-17 we supported LB Enfield to develop a new parks and events strategy.  The aim was to create a local policy framework (including permissions, licensing, fees and charges) for third-party events in borough-owned parks which maintained a sustainable balance...

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