A new report by APSE and the New Policy Institute (NPI) considers the prospects for the ‘neighbourhood services’ provided by local government. Neighbourhood services are mainly those provided by local government apart from social care and education, that is: highways and transportation; environmental and regulatory service; cultural and related services; and planning and development.
Our last report showed that neighbourhood services had been the hardest hit of all local government services since 2010 with the most deprived areas, on average, hit the hardest.
The report, Hollowed out: the impact of financial localisation on neighbourhood services finds that:
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