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Total Place in the news: September

Posted on September 3rd, 2009

Total Place in the news: September

What people have been saying about Total Place this month.

Pilot projects float a new approach to area spendingPublic Finance, 02 September 2009

Big idea to reassess public spendingFT, 02 September 2009

Cautious success claimed in CumbriaFT, 02 September 2009

Kent’s Gateway programme and Total Place workingthe Guardian and Kent County Council, September 2009

Notes from the Deep (dive) end – Henry Kippin blogs from the 2020 Public Services Trust at the RSA, viagra uk 03 September 2009

Total Place is here to stay, whoever’s in powerPublic Finance, 03 September 2009

Mike Farrar on QIPP – quality, innovation, productivity and preventionHealth Service brand viagra Journal, 10 September 2009

Less is more in the Total Place worldGuardian Public, 11 September 2009

Recession offers us all an opportunityLGC, 15 September 2009

Resolving tensions in joint working – John Atkinson in the LGC, 17 September 2009

Total Place offers a special opportunity – interview with Sir Michael Bichard in the LGC, 17 September 2009

Total Place: Leicester and Leicestershire and the localism revolution – BBC Radio 4 Today programme, 18 September 2009 (features at 7.34 and 8.45)

Total Place shows how crucial local action is to efficiencyTimes Online, 25 September 2009

Paul Wheeler on the LocalGov Soap BoxLocalGov, 27 September 2009

Checking up on co-operationChronicleLive, 28 September 2009

‘Billions could be saved’ in public services revamp, Total Place findsGuardian, 29 September 2009

Case study: better services for less cost in BirminghamGuardian, 30 September 2009

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