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Voters across the North West will go to the polls on 6 May, in what will be the UK’s largest set of local elections since 1973.
The race for Labour’s Liverpool Mayoral candidacy has been thrown into chaos.
A recent infamous video that I'm sure you have seen throws a spotlight on whether the move towards virtual council meetings is good for democracy in the long term.
It’s fair to say Garden Communities did not have a vintage 2020. Some question whether the Government's ambition to deliver the 49 sites is realistic.
As we enter 2021, we've looked ahead to May and what the local elections can mean for the North West.
Manchester City Council recently set out its plan for how the city will kickstart economic recovery after the crisis caused by the pandemic.
Councils across the North West are considering their responses to the Government’s proposed reforms to the planning system, with some describing the Planning for the Future White Paper as...
According to Regional Growth Minister Simon Clarke MP, “the greatest decentralisation of power in our modern history” is going to hit the region’s politicians in the autumn.
The recent Design Council report, A Public Vision for the Home of 2030, makes for fascinating reading as we see new housing developments start to come forward again.
All it took for the development industry and local authorities to embrace digital technologies was a global health pandemic.