Understanding Regeneration - A short history for Radix Big Tent
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Understanding Regeneration - A short history for Radix Big Tent

31 May 2022

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British heritage to live in ‘left behind’ areas.6 Economically, there are fewer jobs, earnings are Spatially, problems are particularly acute in parts lower, and the local economy is less productive and of Wales and Scotland, the North and Midlands of innovative than the rest of the country. [...] The review found that the programmes “tend to • Ownership and management of these buildings have a limited impact on the local economy in has empowered the community to make terms of improving income or employment” and decisions for themselves. [...] First, it means of a long-term programme to create a mixed narrowing or closing completely the gap in quality commercial-residential development.11 of life and long-term life prospects between the poorest areas and the rest of the country. [...] The What Works 3 The government produced the White Paper • Re-directing government activity and ‘Levelling Up the UK’ in February 2022, publishing expenditure, including support for the Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill in May.17 research and development (R&D), out of The Bill sets out four broad national objectives: London and the South East. [...] Initial emphasis on long-term, holistic, localised interventions to “narrow the gap” between the poorest 10% of places and the rest of the country.

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