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Over the last few days the deficit, housing and beer-related aspects of the Budget have been scrutinised in detail.
From a growth perspective, there are various welcome measures. Putting infrastructure and housing centre stage, policies to stimulate business investment, a cut in the cost of employing people...
Andrew set out yesterday how housing could deliver a short term stimulus to the UK’s economic conundrum.
Given the economic backdrop, I’m not sure that there are many people who would want to be in George Osborne’s shoes today as he gives his Budget statement...
I’ve been reflecting on the Government’s response to Heseltine overnight. While most commentators have reacted in a broadly positive way...
But where’s the growth going to come from? Who’s going to deliver it? And, critically, how much will it cost?
As the Budget gets gradually leaked in time honoured fashion (although much less than last year), today is ‘growth’ day, with the focus on the Government’s response to Heseltine, to be published later today.
The Government’s response to Lord Heseltine’s report No Stone Unturned was announced today. It’s is a ‘once-in-a-parliament’ opportunity to support greater devolution to local areas.
In the furore associated with the Government’s response to the Heseltine Review another highly significant announcement regarding the North East has been overlooked.
Seven per cent – that’s how much of the £10 million High Street Innovation Fund, set up last year to bring empty shops back into use, has been spent to date.