Outside body

Local Government Association- General Assembly

Description

The LGA is a voluntary lobbying organisation, acting as the voice of the local government sector, and an authoritative and effective advocate on its behalf.

 

The 423 authorities who make up the Local Government Association cover every part of England and Wales. Together they represent over 50 million people and spend around £113 billion a year on local services. They include county councils, metropolitan district councils, English unitary authorities, London boroughs, shire district councils and Welsh unitary authorities, along with fire authorities, police authorities, national park authorities and passenger transport authorities.

 

The LGA General Assembly meets once a year and acts as the "parliament" for local government. It is a key element of the LGA's member structure.

Contact information

Contact:
For more information on London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham's appointments to outside bodies, please contact Owen Rees on 02087532088.