Bevan Foundation on City Regions in the Assembly

June 13th 2017

The Bevan Foundation’s director, Victoria Winckler, gave evidence to the National Assembly for Wales Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee on 7th June.

The National Assembly for Wales’ Economy, Infrastructure and Skills Committee invited Bevan Foundation Director, Victoria Winckler, to given evidence at its inquiry into city regions on 7th June 2017.

As well as outlining the key points in the Bevan Foundation and Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s written submission, Victoria was able to discuss the importance of a spatial strategy that boosted deprived areas, action to improve the quality of jobs as well as access to work, and good governance.

The video is here.


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