Encouraging councils to work together requires a new model of “tailored devolution”
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Today marks the end of the DCLG consultation regarding plans to transfer £400 million of New Homes Bonus money per year from Local Authorities to Local Enterprise Partnerships.
This short briefing paper explores what the New Homes Bonus pooling means for housing and growth
‘Rebalancing’ remains a mantra for Government. But the scales still tip towards our most affluent cities.
Andrew Carter talks to Lord Young, Mike Kapur and Richard Coleman about how policy can support SME growth. Lord Young of Graffham, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Enterprise, Mike Kapur,...
Ben Harrison provides live commentary and analysis as Act Two of the 2013 Spending Review begins.
In the 2013 Spending Review the scale of the cuts are expected to be announced, but we also find out the details of the Single Local Growth Fund that was announced in the Budget.
Further austerity measures will make the headlines in next week’s Spending Review...
Would Birmingham and Manchester be better off without London? Should we be deliberately rebalancing city economies away from financial services and towards manufacturing? And what would it take to make some “fragile” Local Enterprise Partnerships work?
This report assesses how business and innovation can best be supported in Coventry and Warwickshire.