Delivering Levelling Up: Don’t turn on the taps without fixing the pipes: LIPSIT Report

Jack Newman, Charles Seaford, Ben Glover, Simon Collinson, Charlotte Hoole, Tasos Kitsos, Diana Gutierrez Posada, Helen Tilley, Ananya Mukherjee, Nigel Gilbert, Nigel Driffield

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Abstract

This second major report from the LIPSIT project draws together a wide range of evidence collected during our two-year investigation. The report mobilises the project’s findings on regional institutions and regional economies in order to assess the potential for delivering ‘levelling up’ in the UK. It argues that if the UK government attempts to deliver levelling up without fixing the problems in subnational governance, it would be analogous to turning on the taps without fixing the pipes, and watching vast resources leak away in a highly inefficient system.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages56
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2021

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