Lyons Inquiry into Local Government
Public debate and consultation
This part of the website is dedicated to promoting the public debate on local government, and includes links to submissions received by Sir Michael Lyons

Submissions received
List submissions received by the Lyons Inquiry during 2004 and 2005
List responses to "Lyons Inquiry into Local Government: Interim Report and Consultation Paper" (published December 2005)
List responses to "National prosperity, local choice and civic engagement: a new partnership between central and local government for the 21st century" (published May 2006)
List responses to the "Lyons Inquiry Discussion Document" on Barker, Eddington and Leitch (published December 2006)
Letters to stakeholders
Index of letters sent to stakeholders by the Lyons Inquiry
Place-shaping: a shared ambition for the future of local government
Economic Prosperity: the Local Contribution
This major national conference from the Lyons Inquiry looked at the emerging role for local authorities and other agencies in promoting economic growth. It addressed why the 'local' matters in the context of globalisation and international competition.
The event heard from the most senior figures from across central, regional and local government as well as the private sector and international perspectives. In addition, delegates had the opportunity to contribute to government thinking and feed into the Lyons Inquiry into local government.
Contact details
The Lyons Inquiry has now closed. Please direct your queries to Communities and Local Government or HM Treasury.
Communities and Local Government general enquiries helpline: 020 7944 4400
HM Treasury Correspondence and Enquiry Unit: 020 7270 4558
Further contact details are available on their respective websites

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Lyons Inquiry archive
The Lyons Inquiry website has been selected for preservation by the The National Archives. Versions of this website, including publications, published documents and selected submissions, can be accessed from The UK Web Archiving Consortium website.

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