Treading Lightly for Shared Prosperity: Policies for Greater Manchester

This page brings together our work on policies for the Greater Manchester City Region.  Our core concern is to explore and promote policies and practices that help society and economy in Greater Manchester meet the key challenges of climate change and environmental destruction, as well as inequality and economic vulnerability.

Our short policy pamphlet

drawing-1 Policies for the City Region: Treading Lightly for Shared Prosperity.

A longer version is on its way.  It will explain the thinking behind the policies, providing links to relevant research and good practice.

Working Paper
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So What Would You Do? An Alternative Strategy for the City Region.  November, 2016

 

 

Paper on Housing
Housing in the Viable Economy
October, 2016

Bibliography
A short reading list of critical resources on city-regional and other localised economies.
December, 2016

Response to the consultation on the Greater Manchester Spatial Framework
Read as blog post OR download as pdf
December, 2016

Earlier work
The Viable Economy, a pamphlet presenting an integrated approach to economic, social and ecological well-being.  November, 2014

In Place of Growth: Practical steps to a Manchester where people thrive without harming the planet.  November, 2012

Other work may be found on our Publications page.