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Going to town – putting towns on the policy map

There has been less focus on towns as ‘engines of growth’ for the national economy, yet millions of people live, work, shop and socialise in towns. This briefing provides an overview of research and approaches used by governments to support towns in the UK and Ireland.

England & Wales
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The Development and Delivery of European Structural and Investment Funds Strategies: Update and next steps

'- Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) submitted the first drafts of their European structural and investment fund strategies 2014-20 (EUSIF2014-20) to government by 7 October 2013. - This briefing provides an overview of LEP initial submissions. It also outlines the very considerable remaining tasks that will need to be undertaken before EUSIF programmes can actually be…

England & Wales
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Ageing well in the UK? Meeting the challenge in our towns

By 2046 there will be seven million more people aged over 65 in the United Kingdom, but the changing demographics will impact differently in villages, towns and cities of Britain in ageing. Services will need to plan for the differential pattern of ageing if a crisis is to be averted.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland
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Local growth agendas 2016-20

The agendas for local authority leadership and management of local growth are extensive and increasingly important. This briefing explores the depth and breadth of work needed in the light of Spending Review 2015 and accompanying policies.

England & Wales
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The UK’s Clean Growth Strategy

The UK government’s Clean Growth Strategy will form part of the forthcoming industrial strategy, and shows how the government will work towards meeting the fifth carbon budget. This briefing summarises and comments on the strategy and sets out some of the key proposals by sector, including local government.

Australia, England & Wales, Global, Ireland, Scotland
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Regeneration: sense of place, participation and identity

This briefing is one of our series of briefings on a sense of place. It considers what sense of place and identity mean in relation to regeneration and how retaining and building on sense of place can ensure the sustainability of projects.

Scotland