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The chancellor's £4 billion levelling up fund is welcome, but reversing the lengthy spiral of disinvestment in people and places calls for more, writes Tim Williams.
The Forge residential scheme in east London creates an attractive and legible environment, write Maria Hadjinicolaou and Richard Crutchley.
Town centre site unused for more than a decade is set for redevelopment with homes and commercial and leisure space.
The first locations have been offered funding under the government's town deal programme to drive growth.
Design takes fresh approach to the business park, focusing on flexibility and community with a mix of uses.
To answer that question we need to understand the extent of economic devastation inside and outside London, writes Tim Williams.
By relocating the train station, the council eventually got redevelopment going on the Rochester Riverside site and the resulting scheme impresses, finds Richard Simmons.
Levelling up is a good thing and the Treasury now needs to define it, as a new report highlights, writes Tim Williams.
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