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Five borough blueprint: Regional planning in the East Midlands

Coat hangers

Hanging together rather than hanging separately has been the story of joint strategic planning in the old Danelaw boroughs of the East Midlands. Andrew Pritchard asks whether it offers a model for application in other areas

There has been a lot of debate about the need to re-invent English strategic planning in the era of localism and the much derided ‘duty to cooperate’. Some, including the current government, point to the potential of Local Enterprise Partnerships. Others have highlighted the emerging city region Combined Authorities, particularly Greater Manchester, as a blueprint of the future.

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