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PC08-17 Brexit and Local Government

The Communities and Local Government Committee has launched an inquiry on which power, currently held by the EU, could be transferred to 'town halls' after the UK's exit. NALC has published a consultation document on the matter and seeks your views.

Please email your responses to this consultation to ben.murray@nalc.gov.uk by 17:00pm on 7th of November.

Wed, 01 Nov 2017

PR8-17 Future of Localism Policy Response

NALC has published its response to the 'Future of Localism' consultation. NALC fully supports Locality's view that the next Government should undertake a full review of the Community Rights contained in the Localism Act 2011.

Tue, 01 Aug 2017

Housing White Paper Consultation Response PR05-17

NALC's response to DCLG Regarding their Housing White Paper consultation request

Fri, 05 May 2017

Business Rate Retention Consultation Response PR07-17

NALC's response to DCLG Regarding the Business Rate Retention consultation.

Fri, 05 May 2017

NALC response to Park Inquiry PC16-16

NALC has now issued its response to the Communities and Local Government Select Committee Inquiry into parks.

Fri, 30 Sep 2016

Business Rates Appeals PC13-16

The National Association will be responding to the consultation and arguing that parish councils should legally be allowed the retain a flat 5% rate of the National Non Domestic Rate income generated within their parish boundaries within a given financial year – providing these monies are then ploughed back into community projects in their areas.

.The consultation closes on 11 October, 2016.

Please send comments you may have to inform NALC's own response - to chris.borg@nalc.gov.uk by at the latest 17:00 on Tuesday, 4 October, 2016.

Fri, 02 Sep 2016

Business Rates Retention Consultation PC11-16

Provisional Response Position Of NALC

The National Association will be responding to this consultation and arguing that parishes should be exempted from payment of National Non Domestic Rates on buildings they own or manage including public conveniences. We will also be arguing that Government and the LGA need to at this time of onward devolution strongly encourage principal authorities to engage in formal agency and service level agreements and contracts with parishes in their areas so that parishes too can derive some of the windfall from this 100% local retention of the business rate – to plough back into their communities.

This consultation closes on 26 September, 2016.

Please send comments you may have to inform NALC's own response - to chris.borg@nalc.gov.uk by at the latest 09:00 a.m. on Wednesday, 21 September, 2016.

Fri, 29 Jul 2016

Future of Parks PC12-16

Thousands of local (parish and town) councils manage, own and / or run green spaces inluding parks. We want to hear from you in no more than 500 words and pictures about the best aspects of delivering this service and how it benefits the local community. Please send your replies into: communications@nalc.gov.uk by Friday 23rd September.

Fri, 29 Jul 2016