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Investment potential shifts away from the South East as structural weaknesses around housing and infrastructure threaten UK’s most established centres, report says.
Seven councils in south Essex have taken the ‘momentous’ decision to form an association to give the region a national voice.
The first wave of the £5bn Housing Infrastructure Fund has been allocated to 133 council-led projects in England to deliver up to 200,000 new homes.
The country has ‘gone backwards’ in terms of pothole progress, the RAC says as it warns poor weather will make the situation worse in the coming months.
More than 100 council leaders and councillors from the south-east and east of England will today meet London mayor Sadiq Khan to kick-start joint plans.
Transport investment in London is five times more per capita than in Yorkshire, the Humber or the North East despite Government claims, new figures reveal.
London and its neighbours need ‘greater collaboration’ across borders in order to respond to the housing crisis and other challenges, think tank says.
Northern leaders today published their draft strategic transport plan which aims to ‘transform’ transport and close the economic gap between North and South.
Five council pension schemes have acquired, along with a separate company, a 15% share in Anglian Water (AWG).
The Department for Transport (DfT) has committed nearly £50m to fixing potholes as part of a multi-million pound investment aimed at improving England’s roads.