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March

MARCH 30

Local Authorities Co-ordinators of Regulatory Services conference - Health and wellbeing: is there a role for regulatory services?

Chair: Councillor Geoffrey Theobald.

Speakers include: Sarah Wood, director of economic and environmental policy, Local Government Association; Ruby Dixon, head of programmes, Beacons and services, North and Midlands, Improvement and Development Agency; and John Peerless, trading standards manager, Brighton & Hove Council

London

020 7840 7233

miranda@lacors.gov.uk

MARCH 30-31

Centre for Local Economic Strategies annual conference

Speakers include: Home Office minister Hazel Blears; Scott Dickinson, senior fellow, Office of Public Management; Claire McColgan, head of creative communities, Liverpool 2008; Professor Alan Harding, director, Centre for Sustainable Urban and Regional Futures; Steve Cox, director general, development, East of England Development Agency; John Willis, chief executive, Salford Council; and Robert Cook, Stockton Partnership

Salford

Tel Neil Stewart Associates

020 7324 4330

April

APRIL 7

Waterfront conference - Simplifying affordable housing delivery: a manifesto for change

Chair: Gideon Amos, director, Town and Country Planning Association.

Speakers include: Duncan Bowie, principal planner for housing, Greater London Authority; Douglas Birt, consultant; Dick Mortimer, development director, Mosaic Homes; Stewart Murray, head of planning, London Borough of Barnet; and Dennis Seal, managing director, Kier Partnership Homes

London

Tel Waterfront Conference Company

020 7787 1210

The main event

MARCH 22

Local Government Association conference - Assessing local performance: whose opinion matters?

Speakers include: local government minister Nick Raynsford; Ben Page, director of government research, Mori; Ray Mallon, mayor of Middlesbrough; Lucy de Groot, director, IDeA; Frances Done, managing director for local government, Audit Commission

London

Tel LGconnect

020 7664 3131

Most of these activities can count towards CIPFA's Continuing Professional Development scheme. For further information, contact Eileen Cummins, CIPFA CPD manager, on 020 7543 5668

APRIL 7

Public Management and Policy Association lecture - From white paper to policy in action: reflections on recent experiences in transport

Speaker: Professor Francis Terry, Interdisciplinary Institute of Management, London School of Economics

London

Tel: Sandra Harper

020 7543 5600

APRIL 7-8

Scottish NHS Confederation annual conference and exhibition - Leading for health

Chair: Sheena MacDonald, broadcaster.

Speakers include: Andy Kerr MSP, Health and Community Care Minister; Professor David Kerr, chair, National Framework Advisory Group; Dr Erio Zigli, head, World Health Organisation's European office for investment in health and development; and Professor Kathleen Marshall, commissioner for children and young people. …

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