Local Government Association General Assembly
Removed from list of Outside Bodies 13 June 2018
The Local Government Association (LGA) aims to:-
· enable all local authorities to speak with one voice
· provide national democratic leadership for local government
· increase the role and influence of local government
· establish better and more effective relationships with government and the European Community
· seek more control of local government over its own affairs
All authorities are entitled to a minimum of one representative and one vote at the General Assembly. All district councils have one representative and one vote. For unitary authorities (metropolitan districts, London Boroughs and unitary authorities in shire areas) and for single service authorities in corporate membership, votes are allocated on the basis of population bands. County councils have votes equal to the number of districts in their area. Where an Authority is entitled to more than one vote, the Authority is entitled at its discretion to appoint further representatives up to a total equal to its number of votes, or four, whichever is the lesser.
The General Assembly holds an Annual Meeting in June/July each year to agree the budget of the Association and to set its subscriptions.
This year the assembly will meet in Manchester Central on Tuesday, 2 July at 1.15pm.
Council Representatives: Leader or Deputy Leader of the Council appointed annually be the City Executive Board.
Updated March 2013
Fatima de Abreu on 0207 664 3136
Paul Goodchild on 0207 664 3005
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- Councillor Susan Brown - Leader of the Council, Cabinet Member for Inclusive Economy and Partnerships