Councils can lead post COVID-19 'inclusive' recovery

By Ann McGauran | 24 June 2020

Inclusive growth is now ‘out of grasp for the foreseeable future’, but building more inclusive economies is not, according to research published today.

Local government has found new ways to support residents using interventions that service wider inclusive economy ambitions, the research undertaken by IPPR North and commissioned by the Local Government Association (LGA) has said.

The report shows how councils are striving to build local economies in a way that ensures the proceeds of growth are shared more fairly across communities.

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