LGE is a bi-monthly magazine targeted at chief executives and heads of department in local authorities across the UK. It is an informative and entertaining news vehicle that examines important topics and puts our readers in the picture on the developments likely to affect the way they work.
LGE has been published for more than 30 years and is issued to chief executives, council leaders and heads of procurement working in areas such as housing, planning, waste management, education, regeneration, town centre management, security, IT, HR, facilities management, land & building management, procurement, commercial & operational services, highways and transport.
We also circulate to central government departments and agencies, including Communities & Local Government, Transport, Education, Defra and the Homes & Communities Agency, as well as LEPs and the devolved administrations in Scotland and Wales.
As one of the largest employers in the UK, with more than two million people working in 350 local authorities, and with annual expenditure in excess of £80bn, local government represents the largest single market in the country.
Never has there been more pressure to reduce spending without jeopardising delivery. LGE provides an opportunity to put your products and services in front of the key decision makers responsible for defining and delivering local policy and procurement. We can offer advertising alongside interesting, newsworthy and punchy editorial in a magazine specifically aimed at senior figures who cannot afford to ignore the chance of a better deal.
Local Government Executive also has it’s own website which keeps up to date with all the latest news within the industry.
Visit it using the link below.
The LGE newsletter is a fortnightly update of all of the news that a local government executive needs to know.
Newsletter Frequency: Every 2 weeks (Wednesday)
Subscribers: An average of 20,000 decision makers in the local government sector.
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