Why the local elections results are significant

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Why the local elections results are significant

On Thursday (3rd May) there were elections held across 131 English local authorities, all 32 Scottish local authorities and 21 of the 22 Welsh councils, alongside three mayoral elections and the London Assembly. The results of the elections were of real importance for Innesco and the property sector. As an agency, Innesco prides itself on understanding the bigger picture and its impact on our sectors, projects and clients. As an integral part of this we offer public affairs support ranging from political intelligence to engagement advice/strategies and direct lobbying – at both

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a national and local level. The local elections did not yield too many surprises; the Coalition partners were punished for their mid term woes, Labour capitalised on this public resentment, the SNP built on their recent momentum and now hold the most seats across Scotland’s councils, and ‘brand Boris’ defied the national trends to be re-elected as the Mayor of London. Nationally, the results will give Labour and Ed Milliband’s leadership a muchneeded boost and will invariably escalate tensions within the Coalition. But aptly we are particularly interested in a more decentralised issue – the impact of the elections on individual local authorities with schemes of interest proposed or located in the area. Local authority leaders are key stakeholders for all retail, residential and mixed use schemes. Their support can help promote and represent schemes on key issues such as planning, crime, public transport, affordable housing, advertising, the quality of the surrounding public space and employment. To put it simply, they are critical to their success. These local elections will lead to a change of the key stakeholders in many local authorities, as well as the policies and projects that they promote. We believe it is essential to immediately identify, analyse and then engage with these key personnel. If you have any questions about how the local elections may have impacted you and your schemes please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. Andrew Todd, Account Executive

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