Devolution's impact on low-income people and places

Jim McCormick and Anne Harrop

What is the impact of devolution for people and places in poverty?

What is the impact of devolution for people and places in poverty?

For the tenth anniversary of devolution, this Round-up and a series of reports explored trends in social and economic disadvantage as well as policy developments in four areas: housing and homelessness, employment, neighbourhood regeneration and long-term care for older people.

The five related reports in the Impact of devolution series are:

  • Area-based regeneration policies in the UK by Dave Adamson
  • Long-term care provision in the UK by David Bell
  • Employment and employability by Paul Bivand, Laurie Bell, Lovedeep Vaid, Danielle Whitehurst and Ken Wan
  • Indicators of poverty and social exclusion by Guy Palmer
  • Housing and homelessness by Steve Wilcox and Suzanne Fitzpatrick
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