Ministers stop short of backing infrastructure advisor's call for more devolved housing and transport powers

The government has stopped short of endorsing a recommendation made by its infrastructure advisor to devolve more powers to cities to allow them to create "ambitious, integrated strategies for transport, employment and housing".

by Michael Donnelly
The Treasury: ministry published NIA response today (pic:  Jeff Djevdet)
The Treasury: ministry published NIA response today (pic: Jeff Djevdet)

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