Best Value: Compendium. In 1999 New Labour introduced a number of measures attempting to both modernise and improve local government, as set out in the Department of Environment, Transport and the Regions’ (DETR) White Paper Modern Local Government, In Touch with the People. Central to this is ‘Best Value’. The Local Government Act 1999 placed a duty on local authorities to provide Best Value services and came into force on 1 April 2000. Compulsory Competitive Tendering (CCT) legislation was repealed on 2nd January 2000.
This document is the complete compendium of Sport England’s “Best Value through sport” publications aimed at a cross section of local and regional government institutions to lobby the case for the “extrinsic” value of sport under Best Value.
This Sport England compendium includes the following documents;
- The value of sport
- Delivering best value through sport
- The value of sport to local authorities
- The value of sport to the health of the nation
- The value of sport to regional development
- The value of sport - case studies
Editor's comments - [ This document is searchable (acrobat 6.0+), and bookmarked by us to avail students of understanding differing ways that similar messages about the value of sport may be portrayed to different audiences - it is a must for undergraduates looking for an understanding of Best Value in a local authority context and those seeking a wide ranging understanding of the value of sport in a variety of local government and national contexts. See also aour Ruff guide to sport Governance ] Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>
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Reference : Sport England. (1999). Best Value through sport: Compendium. London: Sport England
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