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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.
Incubation and innovation support for businesses delivered through a newly developed Innovation Centre
This is summary of a project on home based business development and mobile working facilitation which has Increased performance outputs of ‘total economic activity’ to 13.5%
A raange of measures aimed at providing businesses with more information, with improved outcomes and more business start ups.
The Starter for Ten project will provide temporary workspace for creative businesses.
A report looking into the fundamental problems with the current social housing system and some principles on which reform should be based including providing Councils with a responsibility to manage social housing far more extensively than they do now.
Establishing priorities for reform of social housing ? particularly within inner city areas – is crucial to addressing some of the most intractable social problems which characterize some areas of our inner cities today.
Helping people to move home rather than having to duplicate costly facilities for people with special needs? thus helping people off the waiting list for social housing, and diverting financial resources to help other residents in the area