A place for everyone

10 June 2021

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Following the National Commission’s summit on place, a newly-published GGI illumination digs into some of the questions raised. These were its conclusions:

  • We must agree a national and cross-sector definition of what place is for it to ever become what we want it to be.
  • Organisations need to give up their power for the greater good for place to take shape and have the desired impact.
  • There should be agreement across the public sector specifically on what governance is and what it means.

The article highlights Wigan as an example of successful place-based integration – you’ll find more details of that initiative here. But how do we harness the power of communities at a local level to replicate Wigan’s success all over the country?

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    Martin Thomas

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    Following the National Commission’s summit on place, a newly-published GGI illumination digs into some of the questions raised. These were its conclusions:

    • We must agree a national and cross-sector definition of what place is for it to ever become what we want it to be.
    • Organisations need to give up their power for the greater good for place to take shape and have the desired impact.
    • There should be agreement across the public sector specifically on what governance is and what it means.

    The article highlights Wigan as an example of successful place-based integration – you’ll find more details of that initiative here. But how do we harness the power of communities at a local level to replicate Wigan’s success all over the country?

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