I have been reading again. This time, it’s The Work Foundation’s critique of the UK Coalition government’s urban regeneration policy, People or Place? Urban policy in the age of austerity. As such a critique wouldn’t take up more than a few pages – because they don’t really have one – the Work Foundation has wisely taken a broader view and offers an overview of all urban and indeed regional policy since it first began in the UK in the 1930s.
- Scottish government approves 'world's largest wave farm'
- Capita picked for Barnet planning and regeneration contract
- Examiner calls for cut in Southampton housing levy rate
- IMF: devolve more planning power to local authorities
- Borough secures injunction over 'mega mosque' site
- London's Shell Centre redevelopment approved
- HCA invests £32m to kickstart 5,500-home Devon scheme
- Plans submitted for 14-turbine wind farm in MoD seismic listening zone
- Planners using 'web of red tape' to block free schools, says mayor
- More than half of councils sought office conversion opt out
- Gareth E on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- Francis Iszatt on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- John Walls on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- Alan Stanton on Sydney needs a new planning system – and effective governance
- Toni McKenzie on Sydney needs a new planning system – and effective governance
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