Shaping Oldham’s economic future

By Tom Stannard | 26 July 2017

Oldham has a long-term masterplan which will act as a catalyst for regeneration across five town centres. The partnership between private and public sectors will be worth an additional £50m a year to the town’s economy, as Tom Stannard explains

After the busy period of the General Election and the first election to the mayoralty in Greater Manchester we are getting back to the business as usual end of local government’s key task of economic regeneration.

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