Birmingham improvement model could be used elsewhere

By Dan Peters | 13 August 2020

An improvement model that has helped turn around Birmingham City Council could be rolled out to other struggling local authorities.

Five local government big hitters were drafted into Birmingham as non-executive advisers to help the council last July and the ‘innovative’ non-executive advisers (NEA) model could now be used elsewhere.

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