Tuesday, 12 April 2011

One in four Tory councillors oppose localism

CBRE survey also reveals only a third of Liberal Democrats support the Localism bill

Nearly a quarter of Conservative and one-third of Liberal Democrat councillors do not support the localism bill according to a survey by CB Richard Ellis. Unsurprisingly only 6% of Labour councillors are in favour of localism.
The results of the survey were unveiled at last week’s CBRE Government & Infrastructure conference in London. Opposition to the bill is expected to grow after next month’s local elections with a big swing towards Labour expected.

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