Report launch | The Delivery of an Industrial Strategy
Does the government have a plan to create a more prosperous England?
Join us on Monday 26th March for the launch of our new report The Delivery of an Industrial Strategy. The report puts forward ideas for how places can improve their rates of productivity and living standards as part of their local industrial strategies. It argues that England’s cities and counties can take more responsibility for their local economy by devising plans around labour markets, good jobs and their commercial commons.
But how committed is the government to delivering a reforming industrial strategy? Is there enough fresh-thinking to tackle the constraints to growth and brakes on living standards in all corners of England? Has the task of Brexit crowded out the most important part of the Prime Minister’s domestic policy agenda?
We will launch our new report by asking these questions as part of a panel debate. The event will include a Q&A with report copies and refreshments provided. Speakers will be announced shortly
Hopefully you will be able to join us.
Doors will be open with report copies and refreshments available from 9.00am. The event will begin at 9.30am and run for an hour. It will take place at RICS at Parliament Square (London, SW1P 3AD).
Should you require step-free access to the event, please email jonathan.werran [at] localis.org.uk and we will ensure you are assisted upon arrival.
- George Freeman MP, Member of Parliament for Mid-Norfolk
- Adrian Wooldridge, political editor of The Economist
- Heather Jameson, editor, The Municipal Journal
- Stephen Jones, director of the Cities and Growth Unit
- Liam Booth-Smith, chief executive of Localis (chair)
- More to be announced
Register for the event via Eventbrite.