Published 27th June 2019
More than a billion pounds of taxpayers’ money has been saved by principal councils sharing services, the Local Government Association has calculated.
The LGA’s latest shared services map, published today, shows that there are now 626 individual shared service arrangements across the country resulting in £1.34bn of savings.
‘Councils have embraced efficiency and innovation in a way that is not seen anywhere else in the public sector and these fantastic new figures show they, once again, remain at the forefront of cost-effective service delivery,’ said LGA chairman Lord Porter.
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