Director Will Tanner wrote for the Times Red Box on how the infrastructure levy and neighbourhood share will be key to delivering on levelling up goals. He writes:
“The headlines around the Queen’s Speech will no doubt focus on other matters. But the introduction of the Infrastructure Levy and the introduction of a neighbourhood share shows that the government is not only quietly getting on with the job of investing in left behind places, but empowering local people to shape their own decisions and priorities too. This is, ultimately, the only way that levelling up will ever be a success.”
Read the full article here.
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