LGA insists in-person peer reviews will continue for now

By Dan Peters | 09 November 2021

Local Government Association (LGA) peer reviews will continue to be held in person despite a call for them to switch back to virtual delivery.

Amid warnings that daily confirmed cases of coronavirus could reach 100,000 a day this winter, deputy chair of the LGA’s improvement and innovation board Cllr Judi Billing said she was ‘concerned’ about continuing face-to-face reviews.

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