Local Council Award Scheme
Many of our customers have started their LCAS journey with several already having reached the coveted 'Gold' status.
Tina Britt, our Managing Director is a member of the Leicestershire and Rutland LCAS assessment panel (pictured here with Andy Ellis - Lutterworth Town Clerk). This helps us to be at the forefront of the requirements and to actively contribute to process improvement. The picture was taken when the panel sat to consider an application from Stoney Stanton Parish Council.
John Kay from Dursley Town Council in Gloucestershire said "The UK Local Councils (UKLC) website is very easy to use and is structured in a way that made it simple for the assessment panel to locate the necessary documents and to meet the accreditation requirements. The UKLC document management system (DMS) allows us to store all documents in one place and to tag them making it very easy to manage versions and to search for and locate documents of interest. Our intention to gain LCAS gold status was a very important consideration when making the decision to select 2commune as our website provider".
Here's some of our customers that have already achieved gold; Raunds Town Council, Dursley Town Council, Anstey Parish Council, Painswick Parish Council and Skegness Town Council. (If you are one of our customers that have achieved gold status and your council's name is not in this list. Then please let us know so that we can add you). More information on the Local Council Award Scheme including a full list of councils and what stage they are at can be found on NALC's website here.
Sara Atkinson from Ashover Parish Council said: "The document management system means that all documents can be viewed in one place which makes finding documents a piece of cake".
We would like to congratulate all councils that have risen to the challenge and achieved an LCAS award - Well Done!