Government Connections

These connections are government entities, bodies, ministries and organisations with legislative or policy impact on cities.

They may be of a global, national, regional or local scale (and can be sorted as such in the filter lists)

Please email us if you would like to add a connection of this type.

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West Midlands Combined Authority

West Midlands Combined Authority is a consortium of 12 local authorities and 3 local enterprise partnerships, working together on transport, housing economic growth and other priorities in the region.

https://www.wmca.org.uk/

Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council is the primary local authority responsible for Birmingham.

https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/

City of Turin

The main local authority for Turin, the capital city of Piedmont region, Italy.

http://www.comune.torino.it/en/

Oxford City Council

Oxford City Council is the local authority for Oxford, responsible for a variety of different functions within the city.

https://www.oxford.gov.uk/

Manchester City Council

Manchester City Council is the local authority for Manchester, responsible for a range of functions in the city.

http://www.manchester.gov.uk/

Haringey Council

Haringey Council is the local authority for the London borough of Haringey

http://www.haringey.gov.uk/

United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat)

UN-Habitat is the UN agency for human settlements and sustainable development, with programmes covering slum upgrading, disaster resilience and other key areas.

https://unhabitat.org/

Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE)

APSE is a member-let network of local government officials across the UK, dedicated to improving public service delivery.

http://www.apse.org.uk/apse/

City of Johannesburg

The City of Johannesburg is the metropolitan municipality responsible for overseeing the management of South Africa’s capital city.

https://joburg.org.za/

Association of Greater Manchester Authorities

A statutory consortium of Greater Manchester’s 10 local authorities, working together on regeneration, development and transport.

http://archive.agma.gov.uk/

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