Events

NILGA Annual Conference

The 2018 NILGA Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held on Thursday 11th October 2018 in the Armagh City Hotel.

The 2018 NILGA Annual Conference, Exhibition and Gala Awards Dinner will be held on Thursday 11th October 2018 in the Armagh City Hotel. #localgovni

Building Sustainable Communities, Delivering a Better NI for Everyone” 

Supported by APSE, RiverRidge and InvestNI 

 

         

Identifies and proposes actions around the key roles councils play in shaping places, driving the economy as well as what’s to come in terms of challenges, powers and transformations needed, in the complex future we face (please see below for the draft agenda).

Councils and local economies are increasingly at the forefront of the enterprise, health, regeneration and investment landscape of Northern Ireland.  The Conference is open to all council elected members and officers, central government partners, stakeholders and those with an interest in developing local government in NI.

Interested in attending? - Space is limited so make sure you get your tickets early to ensure that your place is guaranteed!  To book your place please click Here. 

Interested in supporting the event? Please see our full package of opportunities - sponsor, exhibit or advertise at the flagship local government conference of the year. Please see below for full details.

NILGA Conference 2018

Draft conference agenda.

NILGA Conference Opportunities

Sponsorship, Exhibition and Advertising opportunities at the flagship local government conference of the year.

Andrew Webb, Director, Economic Advisory, Baker Tilly Mooney Moore

Councils are showing they can take a lead on major issues and there is strong logic to suggest that more policy levers, such as regeneration, should be devolved to the Councils to enable a more coherent suite of responsibilities. NILGA are at the heart of that conversation and the annual conference promises to be an insightful day on how Councils can build on their key role in driving the economy forward in the face of complex challenges.

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