• Job: Chief Executive Officer July 24, 2014
    Bramley Baths is a successful community leisure centre in Leeds situated in a 109-year-old bathhouse which encompasses a swimming pool, gym, steam room and fitness room. They exist to provide health, fitness and fun to the community in West Leeds and to champion affordable access to better health and wellbeing. Bramley Baths are looking for […]
  • Event: Masterclass webinar: working with young people July 23, 2014
    How can we make sure work with young people continues to meet their needs in a time of reduced resources and increased pressures? Date: 30 July, 12.30pm – 1.30pm Book: Just click here to attend the webinar – no need to book. This online masterclass will take a critical look at how young people experience […]
  • Event: London regional network meeting July 23, 2014
    Regional meetings are a chance for Locality members to meet, discuss local and national issues and find out the latest on Locality’s work.  The meeting is open to non members who are interested in Locality’s work. Date: 4th September 2014, 12-4pm Location: Castlehaven Community Association, The Community Centre, 21 Castlehaven Road, London NW1 8RU Book: […]
  • Blog: Income Generation for Public Libraries: a Practical Guide for Library Service Commissioners and Providers in England July 22, 2014
    Locality has worked with Arts Council England over a six month period to explore existing good practice and assess the potential to further enable income generation to support and enhance as well as to improve the overall resilience and sustainability of library services. Read the report Income Generation for Public Libraries The aim of the […]
  • Resource: Pensions, auto-enrolment webinar July 22, 2014
    The slides from Endsleigh Insurance’s webinar on pensions, delivered on 16 July 2014.
  • News: New CEO joins Locality July 21, 2014
    Locality would like to extend the warmest of welcomes to Tony Armstrong, who joins us as our new CEO today. Locality has gone from strength-to-strength since its formation in 2011. It now has over 500 members driving forward positive changes to people’s lives and creating aspirational communities. Tony’s mix of ability and experience will help […]
  • News: Locality members launch Community Centre Week July 18, 2014
    It’s hard to believe it didn’t already exist, but a group of organisations -including six Locality members – are launching the UK’s first ever Community Centre Week. Community Centre Week runs from 19 – 25 July and aims to remind everyone how important community centres are to our neighbourhoods – how much amazing work they […]
  • Blog: July policy news – our must-read round-up July 18, 2014
    The Cabinet reshuffle is the latest sign of election planning and manifesto ideas are now starting to be discussed more openly. I’ve highlighted some of these ideas this month. In preparation for the election, Locality has been actively working with all the main parties – sharing members’ experiences and ways of working. We will also […]
  • News: Community enterprise support – Power to Change July 17, 2014
    The Big Lottery Fund today announces a contract of over £235,000 has been awarded to a consortium led by Locality, with UnLtd and Plunkett Foundation, to deliver support to community enterprises across England over the next six months. This practical support for community enterprises comes ahead of the Fund’s £150 million Power to Change scheme […]
  • News: Read our latest news July 14, 2014
    Read our July news – featuring an amazing story about a 90 year old man, once homeless, who’s now in charge of bulk buying good for his local community. Plus meet the winners of our Local Authority Hero Awards, find out how you can get support to open an urban community shop, and get the […]

How NP Examiners Work (Video)

A couple of interesting video interviews of Nigel McGurk who was the Examiner of both the Tattenhall and Thame Neighbourhood Plans and has been selected for Broughton Astley.

In the first interview he describes the process of Examiner selection

The second interview features what he expects to see in a Neighbourhood Plan.