14-15 September 2022 | Innside, Manchester
As councils across the country regroup and recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, their leaders are already grappling with the emerging cost-of-living crisis and the Ukrainian refugee situation. To respond to overlapping crises, councils need continually adapt and remain agile while maintaining a strategic vision for their place.
In such changing and unstable times, how can council chief executives best lead their organisations through multiple crises while serving the needs of their communities? How is the role of local government evolving and what does it mean for the future organisation and structure of councils?
The LGC Summit brings together council chief executives and their senior officers at a critical time for the sector, providing a crucial safe space for them to reflect on where we are today and what the future holds.
Featuring high-level panel debates and interactive discussion sessions under the Chatham House Rule, the Summit provides a unique platform for an open and honest discussion around the biggest challenges facing the sector.
This year’s Summit takes place on 14 and 15 September at Innside, Manchester, and is an invitation-only event for council chief executives and their senior officers. The Summit will kick off with keynote sessions on the afternoon of day one, followed by an evening networking drinks reception and dinner. Sessions will continue on day two, with an early afternoon finish.
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Take a look at what our attendees thought of the 2021 LGC Summit
"A punchy way to find out what is happening in the sector, and as importantly what may be heading our way, from leading figures in the sector all quietly curated by the team at LGC”
“A good networking opportunity and well curated, the quality of sessions is high with good participation opportunities.”
“An excellent event with great panellists, topics and relevance with good networking space built in.”
“A vibrant, informative and thought provoking event and great opportunity to network with colleagues.”
“Brings subject matter experts together to explore cutting edge topics that are shaping the future of local government.”