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Support for the Monitoring Officer and Their Team

on Friday, 10 May 2019.

The dust is starting to settle following the recent local elections, and many local authorities will have had new members elected in May.

Once the celebrations dissipate, attention for the newly elected councillors and the councils themselves will turn to the job in hand. For some elected members, this may be their first experience of politics and the first time that they have been elected to a Council. Their understanding of the governance arrangements and how the Council conducts its business maybe limited. It will be important for a smooth transition to ensure that all your elected members receive appropriate and effective induction training.

This training might include sessions on the Code of Conduct, governance and governance structure, or you might feel it necessary to focus additionally on specific service areas like planning. For those members who have been re-elected, you may wish to include them in any training to refresh or reinforce your in-house training programme.

We would be delighted to have the opportunity to work alongside you to deliver your training. We can also undertake a review and refresh your materials where necessary. 

Experienced Local Government Lawyers 

VWV is recognised for its expertise in local government law and has provided legal advice to the public sector and local government for over 25 years. We have experts specialising in property, planning, governance, standards, prudential borrowing and investment powers, employment law, TUPE, pensions and tax advice. We also have a dedicated public procurement and state aid team.


If you would like to discuss any training needs you may have, please contact Allison Cook on 0117 314 5466 or Mark Heath on 0117 314 5637.

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