With appropriate safeguards and procedures risk in property investments can be mitigated.
The demise of Portsmouth City Council’s Victory Energy in August has led some sceptics to conclude that the public energy movement is living on borrowed time.
The current maelstrom of national politics has never illustrated it better: urban voices are being drowned out.
Is the best route to more affordable homes via building better railways?
Two stories have dominated the headlines over the past couple of months. Brexit, of course, and the fate of the high street.
The traditional model of delivering public services is based on assumptions and processes from the turn of the century.
The current tension in France shows what can happen when it stops turning.
In our major cities, in our county towns, quiet villages and remote hamlets, the life chances of our young people are being shaped and affected by the unique characteristics of the places and environments which they inhabit.
As with all things, the chancellor’s budget policies aimed at helping high streets are good in parts, and less sure in others
Tees Valley mayor on why more places should explore the opportunities presented by free trade zones in the post-Brexit era