Conferences and events
Events run by London Councils.
Those noted as 'members only' are open only to London borough councillors and officers and are a benefit of their authority's membership of London Councils.
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The next local authority forum meeting for 14-19 Lead Officers is scheduled for Thursday 26th May and will focus on:
- Queen’s speech – Educational Excellence Everywhere
- Vocational Learning in London
- London Ambitions
A full agenda is available to download and please register using the tab to your left.
The morning will close with a networking lunch.
An event for London borough councillors and officers examining how increasing budgetary pressure is changing the delivery of health and social care.
The event will cover:
- Challenges and opportunities that local areas face as they begin to move towards full integration of health and social care by 2020
- Implications of devolution on integration of health and social care
- Member’s role in facilitating integration
This free event will give members a platform to share the local activity and challenges councils are facing.
This event provides an opportunity to learn more about the principles and main provisions of the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) 2005.
The event will include discussion around:
Due to London's urban built up environment rain water often runs off tarmac and concrete straight into the drains. Adding sustainable drainage measures such as street trees, gardens that are watered by the rain and green walls help prevent flooding as well as improving air quality and enhancing biodiversity.
This event will explain how sustainable drainage can be put into place and why it's important to your borough.
This event, chaired by Cllr Peter John, will provide a project update and discussion on a potential regional adoption agency model for London.
A London regional adoption model is being considered in response to the Department for Education's proposals to move to regional adoption agencies to speed up matching adoptive parents to children, markedly improve the life chances of neglected and damaged children, improve adopter recruitment and support; and reduce costs.
This event offers an opportunity to hear from some of the capital’s thought leaders in estate regeneration.
Following the government announcement to transform one hundred of the poorest housing estates in Britain, this event explores examples of best practice in estate regeneration and will discuss key challenges of such projects in London.
This event is by invite only.
This seminar is being organised for MASE Chairs and analysts by the CSE Task and Finish Group on behalf of the London SCB. This will be the first of regular seminars [possibly 2 per year] to support the development of consistent best practice across London.
The Summit is an annual FREE event for members and officers from the London boroughs. A limited number of spaces will be available to representatives of other organisations at a charge of £160.00 + VAT per delegate.