All Levelling up articles – Page 8

  • Oxford Street night
    News

    Landlords urge government not to ignore London in ‘levelling-up’ drive

    2021-10-14T00:00:00Z

    Landlords have called on the government “not to overlook London” amid fears that the ‘levelling-up’ agenda could result in the ‘levelling down’ of the capital’s economy.

  • Healthcare
    News

    PHP partners with Levelling Up Goals

    2021-08-20T09:42:00Z

    Primary Health Properties (PHP) has partnered with former education secretary Justine Greening’s new business Levelling Up Goals, with its chief executive Harry Hyman joining as a commissioner.

  • Piccadilly
    Insight

    Why all of London’s West End needs ‘levelling up’

    2021-06-17T00:00:00Z

    ‘Levelling up’ is a term used a lot by government to address disparities between north and south, but there is a danger central London will also become uneven in its prosperity as we climb off the floor after Covid-19.

  • Darlington
    Insight

    A levelling-up boost for housing

    2021-04-15T00:00:00Z

    By ‘eck, the BBC is to drag swathes of its London staff up North and the regions in the name of the government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda. It’s bound to price some locals out of the market. And not just for their macchiatos.

  • Modular housing
    Insight

    A modular route to levelling up

    2021-04-08T00:00:00Z

    The government faces an ever-growing list of issues that it needs to tackle. Covid’s immediate legacy is rising unemployment, with almost two million now out of work. That’s only going to increase as support schemes such as furlough are tapered in the coming months.

  • Glasgow skyline
    News

    Civil servants head to regions as part of levelling-up agenda

    2021-03-25T00:00:00Z

    Property figures welcome strategy but ask whether it will make a significant difference to economic growth

  • The Shard, London
    Insight

    Levelling the connectivity playing field for UK business

    2018-05-24T23:00:00Z

    Digital connectivity plays a critical role in powering the UK’s small and medium-sized enterprises. However, in a survey on workplace productivity last year, 24% of UK employee respondents noted that slow technology was preventing them from doing their job well.