Deprivation and disconnection in British cities

Policy product type
Briefing originally posted on LGiU website
Published date
September 23, 2016
Carol Grant, LGiU associate
Issues Covered
  • deprivation
  • disconnection
  • poverty
  • residential mobility
Finance, Place, Services

The poorest areas in cities do not always benefit from periods of growth in the wider region and can remain disconnected from local prosperity. JRF recommends placing a greater premium on inclusive growth and suggests that a ‘social deal’ should be incorporated into city-regional economic growth strategies across the UK.

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