Ed Cox, Director of Public Services and Communities, discusses a series of events and projects that show that the people are taking back control of the North.
Articles & Blogs
The RSA & Digitalme’s Cities of Learning programme has been recognised in their 2019 Collection as one of the most promising ideas in education. In this blog Rosie Clayton explains the Cities of Learning model, vision and ...
Anthony Painter explores the UK's economic and cultural divides and concludes that we all have 'deep stories' that need to be acknowledged.
After attending a recent RSA US Future of Work conference, Head of RSA Scotland, Jamie Cooke, reflects on Pittsburgh's come-back story: a post-industrial city that has managed to create a vision for a bright new future based ...
The social housing green paper does little to confront the challenges facing the sector.
From Fife to the Isle of Bute, Katie Arthur recounts what she learned from her leg of the FFCC bike tour.
How has the word regeneration come to be so hated? The word ‘regeneration’ is now reviled, as Jonathan Schifferes’ blog states, but not all ‘re’ words have such a bad atmosphere: renew, recover, repair, even re-upholster ...
24th May 2018
Ed Cox, the RSA's new Director of Public Services and Communities, sets out an enlightened vision for a Northern Powerhouse 2.0.
Taking the case of the First Garden City of Letchworth, Dr Shann Turnball FRSA advocates for separating the the ownership of land from the ownership of buildings to achieve truly affordable housing.