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North Lanarkshire Council is in a good position to meet future challenges due to its strong financial planning and management, according to a report by the local authority watchdog. The Accounts Commission said the council now needs to work with partners to better involve and engage with residents a

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Stirling Council must better identify where and how it needs to change to meet future challenges despite recent improvements, according to Scotland’s local government spending watchdog. Services at the council largely perform well, with most services above the national average, and the council

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South Lanarkshire Council demonstrates strong leadership, has a good approach to the way it manages its finances and has delivered improvements to many services, the local authority watchdog has said. The Accounts Commission has now called on the council to ensure that service redesign is driven by

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Scotland's 32 councils face a difficult financial future despite having managed budgets well over the last year, the public spending watchdog has warned. In its annual financial overview published today, the Accounts Commission said funding from the Scottish Government reduced by 2.3% in real terms

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Glasgow City Council could be facing a period of unprecedented financial pressure on services because of the potential cost of resolving equal pay claims, the Accounts Commission has warned. A new report issued by the spending watchdog today has praised the local authority for making “steady progr

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