Question. What do current local government reforms, and the context in which they are unfolding, have in common with the late 1960s and early 70s?
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Back in 2005, when I started the Mind the Gap campaign, an ever increasing void had developed between elected representatives and the electors themselves.
He’s championed localism from the outside, now James Morris has the chance to drive it from the centre. Clare Goff meets him
Green spaces should be fertile ground for the Big Society, says Tony Hawkhead. But as one successful scheme proves, it won’t happen without funding
Infrastructure is a common goal in successful European cities. It’s time we followed suit, says Nicholas Falk
Can the government’s ‘radical’ welfare reforms succeed where others have failed? Matthew Jackson discovers alternative ideas in Bristol and Gareth Brown pores over the detail of the white paper
Clare Goff visits a city in Italy that’s proving sustainability and regeneration can go hand in hand
Why can some areas pull themselves up while others remain rooted in poverty? Katie Schmuecker provides some clues
Soaring unemployment and welfare cuts led to riots in the 1980s. Has a quarter of a century of regeneration made us more resilient to such shocks? Clare Goff visits the scene of a notorious flashpoint to find out
On one London estate communities built up over generations are being broken up to make way for an approach to regeneration that may not actually work. Clare Goff reports