The National Association of Local Councils is delighted to confirm Rishi Sunak MP, parliamentary under-secretary of state at the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and Andrew Gwynne MP, shadow secretary of state for Communities and Local Government, as keynote speakers.

This year NALC is heading back to the DoubleTree by Hilton in Milton Keynes on 30/31 October 2018 for its Annual Conference.

It is the sectors biggest event of the year, and the only event that brings together local (parish and town) councils and county associations with the private, public and voluntary sectors, to discuss the key issues.

The conference will allow local councils and county associations to have their say on the sectors landscape post-Brexit and play a role in shaping NALC strategic plan.

What’s on offer?

• Dynamic talks from high profile speakers
• Interactive workshop
• Sessions from leading organisations
• Support with General Data Protection Regulation
• Specialists offering top tips and guidance
• A sector-specific exhibition
• Star Council Awards 2018
• Updates on national campaigns
• Information on funding opportunities

For more information about the event contact NALC at or call on 020 7290 0741.

Register for your place here today




Event Details

Event Date & Time

Tuesday 30th of October 2018 @ 12:30:00 PM


DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Stadium Way, West Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK1 1ST

Price per Delegate

Member Council: £0.00 + VAT
Non-Member Council: £0.00 + VAT

Please note: Booking will be available until Sunday 21st of October 2018, or until all places have been filled

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