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Total Place in the news: February

Posted on February 28th, 2010

Total Place in the news: February

Links to what people have being saying about Total Place in February 2010.

Councils call for one national inspectorateChildren & Young People Now, 1 February 2010

Government backs Bill as ‘new way to fix local problems’24dash, 1 February 2010

Tories plan shift to peer review regimePublic Service, 1 February 2010

LGA and NHS Confederation debate health commissioningCommunity Care, 1 February 2010

Total Place: Why NHS partnerships makes total sense for savingsHealth Service Journal, 1 February 2010

John Denham – New powers to help residents fix local problemsCommunities and Local Government, 1 February 2010

Local government bigwig visits WeymouthWeymouth People, 2 February 2010

Birmingham without boundariesBeBirmingham, 2 February 2010

Give Total Place a chanceGuardian Public, 2 February 2010

Making councils more efficientGuardian, 3 February 2010

Local Government Finance House of Commons debate – 3 February 2010

General elections: Britain’s great expectationsTimes, 4 February 2010

Pilot in pioneering £2bn schools bidLGC, 4 February 2010

‘Meet us halfway on children’LGC, 4 February 2010

The pilots are only the end of the beginningMJ, 4 February 2010

Battlelines are drawn over the future of inspectionMJ, 4 February 2010

Savings grace: senior county officials map path to avoiding local transport cutsTransportXtra, 5 February 2010

Alcohol problems costing Leicestershire taxpayers £90m annuallyLeicester Mercury, 6 February 2010

Total Place – a real way forwardALDC, 8 February 2010

Total Place – Central Beds and Luton pilotCllr Richard Stay blog, 8 February 2010

Interview with Sir Michael BichardRegeneration and Renewal, 8 February 2010

Opportunity to listen at Total PlaceProboscis blog, 9 February 2010

Financial crisis could be a blessing in disguise for public servicesGuardian, 10 February 2010

Power sharing with local people will result in a public service lotteryGuardian blog, 10 February 2010

Crime down despite slumpSalisbury Journal, 11 February 2010

Total BiscuitCentre for Cities, 12 February 2010

Birmingham without boundariesBeBirmingham, 12 February 2010

Can’t share, won’t shareGuardian Public, 12 February 2010

Ministers mull over early findings from Total PlacePublic Finance, 16 February 2010

Don’t ringfence me inGuardian Public, 16 February 2010

New wine in old bottles?The MJ, 16 February 2010

Garlick’s taste for top jobThe MJ, 16 February 2010

Westminster council: ‘We can save millions’LGC, 18 February 2010

Doing more for less in BirminghamPublicNet, 18 February 2010

Total Place pilot delivers better services in BedfordshirePublicNet, 18 February 2010

Radical change and lower costs emerging from Total Place pilot projectsPublicNet, 18 February 2010

Westminster reports back ‘Total Place’ servicesThe MJ, 18 February 2010

Has the NHS ‘come rather late’ to Total Place? – Podcast order cialis from Mike Farrar at Policy Review, 19 February 2010

Denham targets £20bn in council cost-cuttingThe Guardian, 21 February 2010

Total Place: a High Peak perspectiveePolitix, 21 February 2010

High Peaks – Total Place House of Commons debate viagra soft tabs – via TheyWorkForYou, 22 February 2010

Total Place – now let’s see those savingsPublic Service, 22 February 2010

Audit Commission urgers greater freedom for councilsPublic Finance, 24 February 2010

Taking Total Place forward from pilot to mainstreamPublic Net, 25 February 2010

Early intervention ‘could save millions’Public Service, 26 February 2010

Acevo urges Chancellor to give charities wider role in five key service areas Third Sector, 26 February 2010

Governance system ‘failing’ says BichardLocalGov, 26 February 2010

Independently working togetherGuardian Public, 26 February 2010

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