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  1. Nov 14

    £1bn needed to save England’s public buildings and spaces from being lost for ever

    England’s public land and buildings are at risk of being lost for ever unless urgent action...

    Assets, Convention, Policy, Public sector cuts
  2. Jul 5

    We’re backing Mind’s Life Support campaign

    The Life Support campaign will shine a spotlight on the excellent ‘life support’ services being provided around the country and make the case for their funding to local authorities and local commissioners

  3. Feb 23

    George Osborne – use the Budget to invest in the voluntary sector

    Locality and others call on the Chancellor to use the next Budget to tackle key challenges facing the voluntary sector

    Policy, Public sector cuts
  4. Nov 26

    The Spending Review and Autumn Statement 2015

    Yesterday the Chancellor delivered his joint Spending Review and Autumn Statement. Our initial response yesterday pointed out...

    Policy, Public sector cuts
  5. Nov 25

    Locality’s response to the Spending Review: “We will be monitoring the great government sell-off of public assets closely.”

    Locality's response to the Spending Review: “We will be monitoring the great government sell-off of public assets closely.”

  6. Jun 3

    Libraries find enterprising and innovative ways to generate additional income

    Libraries are finding new and innovative ways of generating income to make themselves more sustainable, new report by Locality shows

  7. May 7

    Sanctions adding to jobseekers’ desperation

    In a project run by Locality and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, journalist Mary O’Hara is visiting...

  8. Apr 18

    Decline starting to show as cuts hit and debts mount

    In a project run by Locality and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, journalist Mary O’Hara is visiting...

  9. Mar 27

    Communities worried that worst is still to come in Northern Ireland

    In a project run by Locality and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, journalist Mary O’Hara is visiting...

  10. Mar 22

    Is austerity having a disproportionate effect on the poorest people?

    In a project run by Locality and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, journalist Mary O’Hara is visiting Locality members to examine the effects the cuts are having on local communities. In her fifth report Mary visits the Southmead Development Trust in Bristol.