Rural areas 'ignored' by Government, Lords claim

By Martin Ford | 29 April 2019

City Deals should be adapted and offered to ‘ignored’ rural areas, peers have said in a new report.

The House of Lords Rural Economy Committee argued that local rural strategies akin to City Deals, including devolved decision-making and funding, should be developed to redress an imbalance in favour of metropolitan areas.

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