Levelling up must go beyond 'big ticket' projects

By Martin Ford | 11 May 2022

Efforts to level up communities must be felt at a local level for the policy to be viewed as a success by the public, politicians have been told.

Speaking at an Institute for Government (IfG) event, Viki Cooke, partner at research consultancy Britain Thinks, said there was a need for projects that tangibly benefit people’s local neighbourhoods rather than at a regional level.

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