In my work with CCGs I often come across circumstances where two or more CCGs are working together. This can make sense for lots of reasons and it is becoming more and more frequent. Unfortunately there are some legal requirements that are not intuitive that CCGs must comply with. Failure to do so could result in legal challenge and when this involves the difficult decisions CCGs are grappling with at the moment, it could have disastrous consequences. I’ve been working with colleagues at the Good Governance Institute and Hill Dickinson recently and we’ve jointly prepared a briefing to help CCGs make sensible arrangements and stay within the law. You will find the full briefing here and its free to download.
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