Re-writing the Green Book

Online briefing and Q&A

Join us at this event to hear about our latest thinking on the Green Book

Event starts at 11.00 on 12 November 2020 at Online

As the economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic continues, the Government’s commitment to level up and ‘Build Back Better’ once again calls into question how decisions about public investment are made.

With the Green Book – used by policymakers and the Treasury to assess the benefits of spending – currently under review, this event will look at what needs to change to help make sure cities and large towns get the investment they need most.

At this event, Anthony Breach, Centre for Cities’ Analyst, presented our recommendations for reforming the Green Book. His presentation was followed by a response from a panel of experts:

  • Pete Gladwell, Head of Public Sector Partnerships at Legal & General
  • Susan Hinchcliffe, Leader of Bradford Council

Followed by a Q&A session chaired by Centre for Cities’ Chief Executive Andrew Carter.

The event is kindly sponsored by:

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