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Category Archives: Policies for the City Region
Viable Greater Manchester: our new policy collection
Now with summary diagram showing how the policies would work to support each other. Viable Greater Manchester Policies for a Socially Just & Ecologically Safe City Region, 2021 This is a contribution from Steady State Manchester to the debate about … Continue reading
Event: A People’s Spatial Framework, January 23
A People’s Spatial Framework Thursday, January 23, 2020 6:30 PM – 8:30 We’ll be imagining an alternative Spatial Framework that serves the people while protecting the green space. Click for Venue and booking details via Eventbrite For some years now, … Continue reading
Posted in events, land use, Policies for the City Region Tagged bioregion, city region, Greater Manchester, Planning, re-localisation, Spatial Framework 1 Comment
Policies for the City Region – serialised: Part 5, Anchor Institutions
We continue the serialisation of our report, Policies for the City Region. In this short installment we explore the idea of “Anchor Institutions” as key actors and resources in moving towards a viable Regional society and economy. And there’s plenty … Continue reading
Designing a viable Greater Manchester?
Is now the time to grasp opportunities and make the best of them? The highly successful film Demain which a packed audience saw in Manchester on Wednesday night suggests just that. The showing was organised by the Kindling Trust and … Continue reading