Watch CCN Conference 2022 live

Uncategorized | 07 November 2022

Welcome to the live stream of the County Councils Network’s 2022 Annual Conference, where various sessions from the event will be streamed in real-time on this page on Monday 21st of November and Tuesday 22nd of November.

While attendance at this event remains exclusive for councillors and officers from CCN member councils and sector stakeholders, selected sessions from the event will be streamed in real-time below.

A list of all the sessions that will be streamed live is below. Please note that times and sessions are subject to change, so please check this page on the morning on Monday 21st November for the confirmed timings.

Monday 21st November

County Councils Network Chairman’s Opening Address – 9am – 9.15am

  • Cllr Tim Oliver, County Councils Network Chairman

Global Britain, Global Counties: Attracting Inward Investment – 9.15am – 10am

  • Peter Arnold, EY UK Chief Economist

This session will launch a new report from CCN and EY: ‘Global Britain, Global Counties: Attracting Foreign Direct Investment’

Integrated Care Systems: Progress In Integrating Health and Social Care – 11.15am – 12.05pm

This session will launch a new report from IMPOWER and CCN: ‘The Evolving Role of County Authorities in ICSs’

  • Sean Hanson, Chief Executive Officer, IMPOWER
  • Chris Maxsted, Delivery Director, IMPOWER
  • Professor Claire Fuller, Chief Executive-designate Surrey Heartlands Integrated Care System
  • Rachael Shimmin OBE, Chief Executive, Buckinghamshire Council

‘The Big Ask’ – Where Next For Children’s Services – 12.05pm – 12.45pm

  • Dame Rachel de Souza, Children’s Commissioner for England

Tackling The Housing Challenge in County Areas – 2.15pm – 2.45pm

  • Peter Freeman CBE, Chair, Homes England

Labour View – 4.40pm – 5pm

  • Sarah Owen MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Local Government

Conservative View – 5pm – 5.40pm

  • Dehenna Davison, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Levelling Up) (TBC)

Tuesday 22nd November

Local Government Polling: What Your Voters Think – 9am – 9.40am

  • Professor Colin Rallings, Emeritus Professor, University of Plymouth
  • Professor John Curtice, Professor of Politics, University of Strathclyde (Virtual)

Liberal Democrat View – 10.20am – 10.40am

  • Lord Shipley, Liberal Democrat Devolution Spokesperson

Keynote Close – 12pm – 12.40pm

  • Lord Gavin Barwell, Former Chief of Staff at Downing Street