Major investment in infrastructure is needed to achieve the local economic growth sought by UK government and councils will require a new range of measures to make this happen, says Tom Symons
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Old age has been creeping up on us for a while. But are central and local government responding to the UK’s ageing population? Jessica Smith and Sarah Longlands report
Is it possible for a council to avoid cutting staff, maintain local services and keep funding the voluntary and community sector? Manjeet Gill reckons you can – and achieve a whole lot more. Austin Macauley meets her
Following the launch of JRF’s housing market taskforce, Mark Stephens explains its vision for a socially sustainable housing market
Fed up with traffic-choked streets, local people in an area of north-west London have drawn up a vision for improving their neighbourhood. Scott Elliot Adams describes how Harlesden’s town charter came about
From floods in Memphis to wildfires in Lancashire, extreme weather conditions are on the rise. As climate change gathers pace and the vulnerability of communities in urban areas becomes more apparent, a new database of local responses provides some answers
This is Regather, a trading co-operative which aims to mutualise a chunk of Sheffield’s local economy
Our experience of working with communities - many of whom are from disadvantaged neighbourhoods – has shown us that even the smallest patch of land can make a great difference.
The most comprehensive audit of green infrastructure ever undertaken by a UK city has revealed some surprising results, as Liverpool Council's head of planning Nigel Lee explains.
Apply the grey matter and you’ll find good transport links won’t necessarily cost the earth. It’s all about ‘intelligent mobility’, explains Dave Wright