Councils are providing alternatives to the ‘Big Six’.
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‘Councils are finding ways to build new homes for the people in their communities’
‘Planning committees across London should be afraid, very afraid’.
There are two tiers of required change when it comes to procurement policy and practice post-Brexit.
‘We need community economic development as previous development strategies have not delivered the changes needed’.
When local people develop plans for their local economy, conventional indicators of economic growth are pretty low down the list.
‘Unless people feel they have a stake in society, then they will not believe in society’.
Be First aims to deliver 50,000 homes and 20,000 jobs over the next 20 years.
The age of regeneration is over and its proponents, like Prospero, are losing their power. It is for a brave new world.
‘All those things are held by the mayor of Manchester, so why do we have to have second best in Yorkshire?’