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Tag Archives: DevoManc
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
STEADYSTATE Part Two: The Local and Regional Context
This is the second part of our interview piece in Manchester’s Now Then magazine. Click HERE to read the interview. Thanks to Ian Pennington at Now Then for inviting us and publishing our thoughts. The first part, on the wider … Continue reading
Posted in cities, degrowth, economics, introduction, Politics Tagged devolution, DevoManc, energy, equality, fairness, media coverage, NowThen, viable economy Leave a comment
The Open Veins of Greater Manchester
In Greater Manchester and the North (which we now have to call the Northern Powerhouse) new investment is coming. New transport minister, Patrick McLoughlin, has confirmed that HS2 (the Y shaped high speed railway with its foot in London and … Continue reading
Posted in economics, Greater Manchester City Region, transport Tagged DevoManc, HS2, infrastructure, investment, Manchester City Council, Mark Burton, resilience, transport 1 Comment