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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.
why the Chancellor must aim for more than a “steady-as-she-goes” Budget
Colleagues in the office and those who know me already are aware that I am extremely interested in regional banks
My latest collection all explore the significance of ‘place’ in local economic development. They explore differences and linkages between place-based and people-based approaches; between...
With confirmation that 2013 will see a further 20 City Deals, it is a good time to reflect on what has been learned so far. There are currently eight City Deals with the cities belonging to the...
Last night Nick Clegg announced that another 20 cities will be given additional economic powers as part of the City Deals programme. As this press release sets out, each city has its own...