Posts Tagged ‘LEPs’

Jonathan Naughton response to Mark Prisk

Friday, January 31st, 2014


Your opinion piece for Property Week (24 January) raises some interesting questions about how taxation of property could evolve from the current rating system.

You asked what is the difference in activity between a warehouse operated by Amazon and a “click and collect” store run by Argos? (more…)

Foreword to Locational Investment Report

Monday, May 28th, 2012

Location, location, location; as relevant to governments and

their investment plans as it is to the most informed private

investment bodies

What should be built, when, where and why to ensure the responsible use of limited UK public resources? How can investment in the infrastructure necessary to enable sustainable settlement growth be targeted locationally?

Global economic realities must shape Government investment decisions by location. Assumptions based on the inertia of historic land use need to be understood for what they are. Radically different engines of growth, business linkages and economic outcomes will require location specific infrastructure investment if sustainable growth is to be secured in each region. (more…)