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Local Government Chronicle

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Local Government Chronicle
EditorNick Golding
CategoriesGovernment officers trade publication
PublisherMetropolis International
FounderCharles Knight
Year founded1855 (166 years ago) (1855)
CountryUnited Kingdom
Based inLondon, England

The Local Government Chronicle (LGC) is a British weekly magazine for local government officers, and is published by Metropolis. The magazine was launched in 1855 by bookseller and publisher Charles Knight . It was then published by Emap,[1] now Metropolis. It is politically independent.


Subjects LGC covers include finance, law, management, housing, planning, regeneration, the environment, education, big society, local elections, the third sector and social services. Nick Golding is its editor. It features contributions from analysts including Tony Travers from the London School of Economics, a weekly anonymous columnist "LGC Insider" and various governmental figures.

It works closely with its sister publication the Health Service Journal to provide comprehensive health coverage, given the continued expansion of health into the local government remit; specifically through the Health and Social Care Bill 2011.

The LGC has gained a reputation for its coverage of Local Enterprise Partnerships[citation needed], with its chief reporter, Allister Hayman being shortlisted for the PPA Awards 2011 writer of the year (Business Media).


It provides comprehensive local election coverage each year, in the form of rolling online results, expert analysis from Professors Colin Rallings and Michael Thrasher from Plymouth University, political reaction and a council control map.


Among its other activities, LGC runs the first national awards to be launched for local government, the LGC Awards for Excellence.[2] It also launched the Business Partnership Awards, which reward private contractors who work with local authorities in the UK to deliver services; and a large number of public sector conferences.

The LGC Council of the Year has been:

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