‘There aren’t enough experienced planning staff, appeals take too long and local authorities are not maximising contributions from developers to pay for local infrastructure.’
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‘We want to harness the entrepreneurial spirit our city is famous for and apply it to the challenges and opportunities faced by communities across the capital.’
‘It remains uncertain whether this megaproject will benefit existing communities, or write them off as collateral damage.’
‘I hope that today is the start of a journey towards a more ambitious yet secure culture sector in Liverpool and across the UK.’
‘The impetus and energy and passion for social justice that we saw in communities and that we shared in setting up New Start remains’
City Cultural Compacts can help ‘secure the social and economic benefits’ that the arts can bring.
A lack of resources and ill-thought planning reforms have reduced planning to a more reactionary function for many local authorities, a report has claimed.
The new ‘simpler and streamlined’ approach will ensure ‘everyone is able to enjoy heritage’.
Research by the University of Birmingham found that community hospitals represent a ‘significant community asset’ and evoke a strong sense of community ownership.
New analysis reveals shire counties have cut their spending in these services by 30% or £187m since 2011.