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Neo-localism isn’t a neologism. It has been in use for some time in human geography circles. A quick google search tells you it was coined by Wes Flack and refers to the idea of promoting and preserving community identities and cultures. Wanting to place it into a UK political context, we have what you might […]
This short report is a response to the government white paper Fixing our broken housing market. Its starting point is that the white paper is a welcome strategy document which codifies significant and positive shifts in rhetoric. However what the white paper delivers in rhetoric it lacks in specific policy prescriptions. It identifies the parts of the system […]
To meet the needs of those families ‘just managing’, the Government must free up local authorities to take more decisions on how and where housing can be delivered. In this report we argue that only by affording local authorities greater flexibility around finance and land can the Prime Minister hope to achieve the million new […]
A whole generation is being locked out of the housing market. Rising house prices, cost of living increases, stagnant wages, depressed housing supply and tighter lending criteria are all contributing to the creation of a generation of renters, for whom the dream of homeownership remains just that, a fantasy. This white paper is focused on […]
Localis have launched a major new report that explores the future of LEPs in the next parliament.
Localis publishes a report with the South East Local Enterprise Partnership on the barriers and solutions to housing growth.
Localis has launched its latest pamphlet ‘Making the Most of Public Land’, as part of a major research project.
We issue a national call for evidence to gather opinions on the current state of relations between utility providers and developers, with the objective of promoting growth.
Localis has published a new report which looks at barriers to growth and how greater local freedoms could remove them.
Localis’ Alex Thomson provided a contribution to a report published by Insight PA, which considers the state of local enterprise partnerships and what the future may hold for them.