Report backs spatial plan for England to help tackle regional inequalities

A new spatial plan for England could assist in the delivery of "major extensions to the urban structure, either through planned major town expansion or new towns", helping to address the UK's regional inequalities, a report by a group of universities has said.

by Michael Donnelly
Deprivation: report calls for English spatial plan to help tackle the issue
Deprivation: report calls for English spatial plan to help tackle the issue

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