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What do Green Belt, Migration, and Apprenticeships have in common? Well – they all feature in our May round up of current affairs. And
If you have ever grappled with why your local universities seem to spend more time chasing overseas students, focusing on national league tables, and
How do Investment Zones fit into the history and current government appetite for incentive-driven area-based initiatives?
On the latest episode of LED Confidential, Mike Spicer and I are joined by Pete Tyler, Professor of Urban and Regional Economics at the University of Cambridge. They
Our February review anticipates three of the issues to look out for in the impending Budget this week – missions, local government finance, and
With 41% of England’s population under mayoral governance, London and Combined Authority Mayoral elections on May 6th were a significant local, regional and national
Major change moments, like those we are living through, shape our economic geography. How can local leaders design ambitious plans in times like these?