New analysis on The Impact of the Two Child Limit to Tax Credits: A Briefing Paper by Policy in Practice (April 2017).
In Introducing UBBC 3.0 we share the exciting new updates to our software and work through 3 typical cases to demonstrate new features and functionality.
Policy in Practice was delighted to be part of this year’s LGC Awards. We joined Croydon Council to celebrate the nomination of their People’s Gateway Enablement and Welfare Service which…
Deven and Zoe discuss how local authorities can spend their DHP budgets most effectively, to ensure people who need the support the most receive it.
Policy in Practice analysis reveals that rent in one outer London Borough is 177% of the LHA rate; the funding shortfall must be met by councils.
Zoe Charlesworth reveals the key drivers behind the Council Tax Reduction schemes we’ve modelled for councils, and how we factor in UC roll out.
Raising council tax whilst supporting vulnerable people demands the best support scheme possible. Policy in Practice helps councils do just that.
Policy in Practice is delighted to have been awarded a policy research grant by Trust for London to analyse the impact of welfare reform on over half a million low-income households…
Tony Wilson, Learning and Work Institute, Anne Gregory, PublicCo joined us to discuss preparing Work and Health Programme bids.
Listen to guest speaker Steve Hill, LB Tower Hamlets, on how he successfully modelled CTRS options against tight deadlines for Members and consultation.
As we say goodbye 2016, hello 2017 we review the challenges local organisations have in delivering welfare reform, and what 2017 holds. Six themes emerge.
Universal Credit can be an existential threat to revenue and benefits departments says Deven Ghelani, but working together can alleviate the problem.