In fact some members of the New Local Government Network fringe event panel called for the Department for Communities and Local Government to be wound up altogether and all authority devolved down.
What does NLGN stand for?
NLGN stands for New Local Government Network
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Last week the New Local Government Network thinktank released a report urging councils to be more innovative.
Research from the New Local Government Network thinktank revealed that waste collection is in one of three areas to be slashed first as Chancellor George Osborne's swingeing cuts take effect.
This is the title of a new report just published by the New Local Government Network about the availability of land for allotments across Britain - 1% of landowners own 70% of the land in the UK and the report is trying to encourage larger land-owners such as the royal family to release some of it for allotments for ordinary people.
James Hulme, from the influential New Local Government Network think-tank, said: "We are in favour of them in certain areas.
The poll by the New Local Government Network comes as the Home Office reviews the use of surveillance under the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act.
Chris Grayling, director of the New Local Government Network think tank, said: "The banks have fled from even very good customers.
The New Local Government Network, headed by Chris Leslie, a think-tank regarded as close to the Prime Minister, has drawn up a street-naming proposal.