Published: 17th Sep 2020

Councils, combined authorities and think tanks have joined forces to create a new network to promote inclusive economic growth. The Inclusive Growth Network has been launched by the Centre for Progressive Policy and funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, with support from the Royal Society of Arts (the RSA) and Metro Dynamics. It will provide members with access to a package of peer-to-peer and tailored support. Leaders will be able to draw on examples of successful interventions from across the UK to understand how to deliver the best outcomes in areas like the green growth and healthy communities. Bristol City Council, Greater Manchester Combined Authority and Leeds City Council are among the authorities to have signed up at the launch. ‘Inequality in the UK has been growing for decades but the case for inclusive growth has never been stronger than it is today,’ said Centre for Progressive Policy director, Charlotte … (To read the full article, subscribe below)