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LSE & LGA Autumn Debate: Can local and central government rebuild trust and engagement within local


Debates and seminars exploring local and central government issues around trust within local communities.

This is the second joint LSE/LGA event, with the first last September attracting around 300 delegates. The half day series of talks and debate will focus on local and central government issues around trust, rebuilding local communities, public services vs public spending efficiency drives, and civil society ideas for urban regeneration.

Speakers include: Howard Davies, Sir Sandy Bruce-Lockhart, Sir Jeremy Beecham, Geoff Mulgan, Tony Travers, Ben Page, Simon Milton, Liz Richardson, Sarabajaya Kumar


Chair: Tony Travers | talks | www
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Sir Jeremy Beecham | talks
Sir Sandy Bruce-Lockhart | talks
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Mr Ben Page | talks
Mr Simon Milton | talks
Ms Liz Richard | talks
Sarabajaya Kumar | talks


Date and Time:

7 September 2004 at 4:00 pm


4 hours



Hong Kong Theatre
LSE Clement House
99 Aldwych
020 7955 6043
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Organised by:

The London School of Economics & Political Science
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Free and open to all however pre-registration is required.

Available from:

To register please email tracey.foster@lga.gov.uk.

Additional Information:

For further information please contact Tracey Foster, LGA: phone 020 7664 3195 or email@ tracey.foster@lga.gov.uk
Weblink: www.lga.gov.uk

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