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Could Preston provide a new economic model for Britain’s cities?

Justin Renolds writes in City Metric about the Democracy Collaborative work with the city of Preston. The Democracy Collaborative along with other organizations are looking at ways worker co-ops could have positive effects in Preston. 

The council worked with the Democracy Collaborative, a US consultancy closely associated with Cleveland’s reconstruction, and British think-tank the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) to identify anchors capable of bootstrapping Preston’s economy.

Read more about it in City Metric.

 

Publication date: 2017-08-09
Parent publication: City Metric
Publication URL: Could Preston provide a new economic model for Britain’s cities?

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