Special Activity Areas
Each SAA has a lead officer with the Junior Professional SAA having two posts. Details of the lead officers can be seen on the individual SAA pages.
Members of LLG can become part of the SAA groups by using the drop down menu on the left and clicking on the 'join' button.
By registering with an SAA group please note:
- Your contact details will be passed on to the relevant SAA officers for them to keep you informed of meetings, best practice, and other relevant content including member benefits specific to that SAA group.
- You will receive an email when there are changes to the content in this area of the website.
- If you would prefer to not receive emails about SAA information then please select the 'I would prefer not to be a member of an SAA group' on the drop down list of SAA options and do not register your interest in any additional SAA groups.
In addition to the branch meetings, each branch runs local groups. To see the local groups please visit the branch page and to see a full list visit the local groups webpage.
If at any time at all you would like to contact us to make a change to how we use our data, to request that we no longer use your data or to make any requests regarding your data then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact the lead officers with any specific questions you have, ideas for information sharing or events that we can look to hold to assist with the dissemination of information and good practice.
We're lucky in LLG to have so much talent working at all levels in local government, and to benefit colleagues across the country and to grow LLG's standing and profile nationally, these SAA webpages and the forum are useful for sharing knowledge and experience in articles, practice notes and other media.
The SAA's are listed in the drop down menu to the left.