Grow Your Own Way

Taking a localist approach to regeneration

Localis, in partnership with the Local Government Association (LGA), has produced a report arguing that a new locally-driven approach to regeneration is needed. The report analyses the lessons from a number of case studies of successful regeneration programmes and concludes that local authorities are best placed to provide the local leadership that is crucial to drive successful regeneration. The report also advocates an expansion of the community budget pilots across the country and the introduction of bolder funding mechanisms to allow councils to coordinate and fund regeneration programmes from the bottom up despite the challenging financial climate.

 

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Council 'delivers' despite challenges
by Jamie Hailstone, the MJ

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Meeting the challenge in Barnet
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Making the Most of Public Land
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New Call for Evidence: Utilities and Development
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Changing Places
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