by David Bean

·       By itself this Bill would make little difference to the fortunes of rural areas because it is largely focused on setting up new frameworks for policy. Assuming it is passed, what will make the difference is how the new powers it creates are used.

·       Our briefing focuses on the major challenges to the levelling up of rural areas, also including a factual outline of the Bill’s key objectives.

The Countryside Alliance briefing on the Second Reading of the Levelling-up and Regeneration Bill in the House of Commons is available in full here.

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