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The Localism Bill (now the Localism Act 2011) is a huge and complex piece of legislation, which aims to free local communities from bureaucracy of local government. This session aims to explain the main parts of the act that are relevant for voluntary and community groups, and offer some examples of what localism might mean in both urban and rural settings.
The session will look at the main sections of the Act, for example the community right to challenge, bid and buy and discuss how this can be relevant to the VCS in Leicester and LeicesterShire, illustrated with examples from other parts of the country.
|18 Mar 2013 – 6:00pm|
|18 Mar 2013 – 8:00pm|
|Marlene Reid Centre|
|£25To book visit:http://www.valonline.org.uk/events/training/localism-big-society-and-your-community-0|