Bracknell Forest Council

In Bracknell Forest and surrounding local authorities, levels of exercise are comparatively better than the regional and national average. Despite this, there are two key Public Health Outcome Indicators which…

What is the Declaration?

The Local Digital Declaration is a shared ambition for the future of local public services. It was written in 2018 by a collective of 45 local authorities, sector bodies and…

Buckinghamshire County Council

Our OpenCommunity Discovery found significant duplication of effort and cost in the provision of community based service information in local areas, as well as significant challenges around interoperability and usability….

Bristol City Council

The West of England Combined Authority (WECA) comprises three local authorities, Bristol City Council, Bath and North East Somerset Council, and South Gloucestershire Council. WECA has oversight of the regional…

North Somerset Council

A full PDF of application with diagrams will be sent to fund@localdigital.gov.uk The Discovery Phase of the Hydration Innovation project was supported by a £30k grant from the Local Government…

Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA)

Our discovery highlighted that keeping Looked After Children (LAC) data accurate is time-consuming and difficult. Consequently, leadership often don’t have the reliable insights they need for key decisions. (See p.22…

Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA)

Our discovery highlighted that keeping Looked After Children (LAC) data accurate is time-consuming and difficult. Consequently, leadership often don’t have the reliable insights they need for key decisions. (See p.22…

London Borough of Hounslow

Councils and partners collect large amounts of data in the course of their work, which if joined up could bring much greater insight and better inform policy and strategy design….

Funded projects – Round 1

We funded 16 projects in round 1 of the Local Digital Fund. You can read about how we selected the projects in this blog post and click on the below…