MPs examine interpretations of localism

01 November 2010

The Communities and Local Government Select Committee will today question three leading figures in the localism debate about how they are interpreting the Government’s ideas of localism and the Big Society in their areas.

Ideas put forward by today’s witnesses include strengthening civic communities and developing co-operative or mutual models for delivery of local public services.

The meeting will take place in the Grimmond Room, Portcullis House.


5.15 pm

  • Cllr Colin Barrow, Leader, Westminster City Council,
  • Cllr Steve Reed, Leader, Lambeth Council,
  • Cllr Richard Kemp, Leader, LGA Liberal Democrats

The session is open to the public on a first come, first served basis.

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