The apprenticeships system can be difficult to navigate. This report draws out lessons for making the policy a success.
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Frequently changing national policy has created big challenges for partners delivering apprenticeships in cities.
Expanding the provision of apprenticeships needs to be accompanied by rigorous evaluation to determine their value.
The historic connection between apprenticeships and manufacturing isn’t so clear cut.
Permitted Development Rights can have unintended consequences on the performance of city centre economies.
Successful city centre regeneration should address more than one aspect of how people choose to live and work.
London suburban residents are much like those in the city centres of other UK cities.
Why do people live where they do?
Cities also need to think about how they can sustain and support the growth in city centre living.
The Government's rural productivity plan fails to recognise the interrelationship between urban and rural areas.