By linking projects and programmes to recent ministerial rhetoric, this major new research project will bring life to the Government’s proposed Industrial Strategy. As devolution becomes subsumed by the Industrial Strategy we will look to reflect both the broad policy range of the Strategy and the importance of ‘place’ outlined by both Theresa May and […]
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 […]
This essay collection, published in collaboration with Bright Blue and kindly sponsored by the City of London, considers London’s future. It brings together a diverse group of influential, experienced and talented Londoners who outline an original action plan and vision for London in 2050 across a range of fields – from education and the environment to culture and commerce. […]
This report makes the case for greater local flexibility in the health and care service, calling on Government to devolve greater powers to local areas in health devolution deals.
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 produced a piece of research for the LGA on the impact of a competitive funding approaches.
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.