They didn’t work particularly well last time, will it be any different this time? Rupert Greenhalgh argues the new generation of enterprise zones need a more intelligent approach
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Jacob Urup Nielsen explains how a British Council project has investigated the different ways in which cities can tap into their creative side
Areas of the northwest could soon be characterised by communities living in poor quality and increasingly expensive rented homes. Philip Leather and Brendan Nevin explain why
The UK government seems to miss the fact that energy policy needs to seen in the context of advancing human security and economic resilience. Although clearly important, energy security is about more than consistency in fuel supply. It underpins the resilience of the UK economy, influences human wellbeing and affects our democracy.
Social housing tenants are among those most affected by financial exclusion. A new report shows how a more strategic approach from landlords can make a huge difference. Neil Merrick reports
Karen Leach reveals what proposals from local enterprise partnerships in the west midlands tell us about their priorities
It seems the ‘holy grail’ we are all looking for is a scalable way to deliver better outcomes with people and places that drain the public purse – the ultimate ‘win-win’.
He led government efforts to tackle deprivation during a time of unprecedented public investment. The money may have dried up, but Joe Montgomery’s determination to make a difference hasn’t. Clare Goff meets him
As local authorities and communities begin to use neighbourhood plans, the Community Game is an invaluable tool for equipping participants with the skills and knowledge needed to shape their environments.
The debate around tuition fees has led many to question the value of higher education. But the broader public benefit of universities is bigger than expected, says Faiza Shaheen.