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Last month the government announced the next wave of places set to develop local industrial strategies, joining trailblazers like Greater Manchester and the West Midlands.
We have known for some time the scars which austerity is leaving on our neighbourhoods.
Enfield LBC has revealed it will not seek a single master-developer for its £6bn Meridian Water project and has taken overall responsibility for the 10,000-home scheme itself.
The leaders of Leicestershire’s district and borough councils have announced plans to design alternative proposals for reorganisation on the county.
London mayor Sadiq Khan (Lab) vowed to use his powers to block Barnet LBC’s proposal to stop separate household food waste collections.
The number of high-rise buildings identified as having potentially dangerous cladding has jumped by 50% in one month, according to the government.
Five years ago, the government outlined its cloud first policy calling for the public sector to “consider…cloud solutions first before…any other option”.
A concerted communications campaign helped ensure a potentially controversial scheme actually bolstered voter engagement
NHS England is considering what more it and the NHS should be doing about health inequalities, partly in response to “disturbing” figures showing life expectancy falling in some areas, Health Service
The proportion of new homes built in the green belt in 2016-17 doubled compared to the previous year, Ministry of Communities, Housing & Local Government data shows.