Strategic Economic Infrastructure

Gathering the windfall: how changing land law can unlock England’s housing supply potential

Our latest working paper calls on the government to radically reform the way that land is bought and sold to help tackle the housing crisis.

By Thomas Aubrey

Inclusive Growth

Can “inclusive growth” revive progressive politics?

We’ve been trying to tackle inequality and deprivation for decades without sustained success. It’s time for a new approach.

By Charlotte Alldritt

Skills

Understanding the true price of university

With so much talk about tuition fees, why is there such little talk about the immediate costs of university? More financial certainty would allow students to make a more informed judgement of whether university really is the best option for their future.

By Jemima Swindells

Skills

Maintaining momentum in skills devolution

Building a truly place-based skills systems requires further devolution. Local and regional governments must capitalise on the momentum that is beginning to build.

By Andy Norman

Gathering the windfall: how changing land law can unlock Eng ...

By Thomas Aubrey

Can “inclusive growth” revive progressive politics?

By Charlotte Alldritt

Understanding the true price of university

By Jemima Swindells

Maintaining momentum in skills devolution

By Andy Norman

Gathering the windfall: how changing land law can unlock England’s housing supply potential

Our latest working paper calls on the government to radically reform the way that land is bought and sold to help tackle the housing crisis.

Can “inclusive growth” revive progressive politics?

We’ve been trying to tackle inequality and deprivation for decades without sustained success. It’s time for a new approach.

Sharing land value with communities: An open letter

This open letter was published on 20 August 2018 by UKOnward and signed by 16 leading campaign organisations from across the political spectrum. It was sent to the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Rt Hon James Brokenshire MP.  The root of England’s housing crisis lies in how we buy and sell land. […]