Programme

AGENDA

Building resilience in challenging times

Wednesday 12 September 2018

Timings Session Contributors

16:30-17:00

Registration and refreshments

17:00-17:15

Welcome from LGC Editor and Wednesday Summit Chair

Nick Golding, Editor, LGC Summit

Steven Pleasant, Accountable Officer, NHS Tameside & Glossop CCG and Chief Executive, Tameside MBC (confirmed)

17:15 - 17:45 Health and care Simon Stevens, Chief Executive, NHS England (confirmed)

17:45-19:00

Integrating care beyond the care and support reform green paper

Summer 2018 will see government set out proposals to reform care and support but what will this mean for relationships between the NHS, local government health and social care? Can preventative services be better equipped to support local communities? 

Andrea Sutcliffe, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, CQC (confirmed)

Fiona Smith, Specialist Adviser for Community Settings, Macmillan Cancer Support (confirmed)

David Pearson, Corporate Director, Adult Social Care & Health, Nottinghamshire County Council (confirmed)

Stephen Dorrell, Chair, NHS Confederation (confirmed)

19:00

Networking reception

19:30

Two course informal dinner

20:30

After dinner speech

Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, Royal Society of Arts (confirmed)

Thursday 13 September 2018

08:00-08:30

Networking and refreshments

08:30-08:35

Reflections from Chair

Eleanor Kelly, Chief Executive, Southwark Council (confirmed)

08:45-10:00

Financial resilience

Council tax equalisation, 100% business rate retention, transition funding and damping systems, what should local government be preparing for with the implementation of new fair funding arrangements in 2019-2020. Will the new formulas bring sustainability to local government finance? Will local government structure inevitably change as a result of the funding review?

Stuart Hoggan, Deputy Director of Local Government Finance Settlement, Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (confirmed)

Tony Travers, Director, LSE London (confirmed)

Martin Reeves, Chief Executive, Coventry City Council (confirmed)

Jacqui McKinlay, Chief Executive, Centre for Public Scrutiny (confirmed)

10:00-10:30

Morning refreshments 

 

10:30-11:30

Leading the workforce in the digital age

With an ageing workforce, digital transformation of business and new mobile and joined up ways of working, is the image of local government falling behind other sectors when it comes to attracting and retaining the best talent and leadership? How can the impact and values of working in local government be better aligned to inspire the next generation?

Dominic Campbell, Director, FutureGov (confirmed)

Kersten England, Chief Executive, City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council (confirmed)

Rob Walsh, Joint Chief Executive, North East Lincolnshire Council and North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (confirmed)

11:30 - 12:00

Place budget and the value of health creation in building happy communities

Duncan Selbie, Chief Executive, Public Health England (confirmed)

12:00-13:00

Lunch

13:00 - 13:05

Reflections from the afternoon Chair

Barry Quirk, Chief Executive, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (confirmed)

13:05 - 14:00

Challenge session

More information to follow soon

Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, Royal Society of Arts (confirmed)

14:00 - 15:00

Children, skills, safeguarding and opportunity for the future

Inclusive growth, inward investment and job creation to improve opportunities for the next generation. This session will explore the role of place budget and the value of health creation in building happy communities.

 

Sharon Kemp, Chief Executive, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council (confirmed)

Amanda Kelly, Senior Manager, Ernst & Young (confirmed)

Yvette Stanley, National Director for Social Care, Ofsted (confirmed)

Sally Burlington, Head of Policy, LGA (confirmed)

15:00 - 15:10

Comfort break

15:10 - 15:40

Overcoming the constraints of house building

Nick Walkely, Chief Executive, Homes England (confirmed)

15:40-16:40

Place and local growth

How are we preparing local economies to thrive post-Brexit? Reducing business rates, investing in town centres and local infrastructure, three of the priorities for business from local government, but what can and is being done with the resources available? How is growing service demand being managed? Can we be more innovative in service delivery?

Lee Hopley, Chief Economist, EEF (confirmed)

Nicola Yates, Chief Executive, Future Cities Catapult (confirmed)

Deborah Cadman, Chief Executive, West Midlands Combined Authority (confirmed)

16:40

Closing remarks

16:50

Summit ends

   © EMAP 2018. The programme may change due to unforeseen circumstances. EMAP reserves the right to alter the venue and/or speakers. 

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