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Localis has published an essay making the case for localising transport functions to promote growth.
Localis’ Alex Thomson provided a contribution to a collection of essays published by the County Councils Network which considers the opportunities for driving economic growth outside London and major cities.
Localis’ latest Policy Platform outlines what policies are needed to meet the skills and training needs of both individuals and the UK economy.
Localis has produced a report arguing that a new locally-driven approach to regeneration is needed.
Discussion note from Localis workshops with Cheshire West & Chester Council and the London Borough of Barnet Council.
This Policy Platform outlines how the upcoming changes may help councils drive increased levels of house building, where they may press for more powers, and the role that registered providers may play in the new system.
Localis, in association with Birmingham City Council, LandSecurities and Quod have published a report on the future of neighbourhood planning and how it can deliver growth.
Localis, in partnership with Capita Symonds hosted a policy roundtable at this year’s LGA conference entitled ‘Is efficiency enough? Or is a more fundamental rethink needed?
In this edition of Policy Platform we consider what a more localised planning system should look like, and how community engagement can benefit future development.
Introduced in June 2009, ?Free After Three? allows shoppers in Rochdale and Middleton to be able to park for free in the town centre if they arrive after three on weekdays and Saturdays. The move is aimed at helping local retailers hit by the recession.