This briefing covers NOAC's fourth annual Performance Indicator Report which was published in 2017, and the key findings and recommendations outlined in the report.
This briefing examines NOAC’s first national report on local authority rates collection performance for the years 2013 to 2014. NOAC decided to carry out an analysis on local authorities with weak collection rates and high arrears, and we examine NOAC's comments here.
Water, abortion, broadband and local government were the main issues before the Oireachtas in November as the budget continued its way through the legislative process. This briefing outlines these bills and their outcomes.
Summary In recent months LGiU Ireland has covered issues arising from the National Oversight and Audit Commission reports on local government performance in Ireland. Our near neighbours in Scotland have similar oversight provided by the Accounts Commission, and its annual Financial overview of local government in Scotland was published at the end of November 2018. The report […]
In this month's housing briefing we step back a little, and look at some of the ideas emerging from some recent housing conferences.
In this briefing we look at what is being done by local government in Ireland to mitigate at least some of the negative effects of their ''divorce'' from the EU by our closest neighbours, the United Kingdom.
This is the next in the series of briefings providing an overview of NOAC’s national reports. This briefing will focus on NOAC’s first report on the Shared Service Programme.
LGiU Ireland were pleased to attend, sponsor and present an award at Chambers Ireland’s 2018 Excellence in Local Government Awards that took place last night in Dublin. We love to share good practice from around Ireland with our members, so over the next few months we’ll be bringing you a full briefing exploring each of […]
Last month LGiU Ireland travelled to Armagh to attend the NILGA 2018 Annual Conference. This short briefing reports back on what happened and what we learned.
The Association of Irish Local Government (AILG) held their Autumn Conference at the Hillgrove Hotel in Monaghan at the end of last month. LGiU were pleased to be able to attend the event and report back to our members, as outlined in this briefing.