Covid-19 frontline series: how local authorities are responding to the pandemic crisis 


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A conversation with Kieran Keane, Chief Executive, Lancaster City Council

Local government, along with their public sector partners, are at the frontline in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. They continue to protect the elderly and vulnerable, support their local economies and ensure that their residents feel safe and protected during these uncertain times.
Through our work with colleagues in the sector over recent weeks, we have seen various Councils undertake dynamic organisational changes, adopt new ways of working and contribute towards cohesive pan-regional response networks - all at breakneck speed.
Our COVID-19 Frontline series aims to share some of the stories, best practice and innovation that are emerging from the sector and highlight the tireless efforts of those unsung heroes in local government.
We are grateful to Kieran Keane, Chief Executive of Lancaster City Council for his contribution to the series.
Follow the link below to read the full interview. 
Trowers Hamlins Frontline Series Interview with Kieran Keane
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