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Adopting a rules-based planning system will help solve the UK housing crisis

Sunday, 25 November 2018

A new report published by the Legatum Institute together with Create Streets recommends a move towards a clear rules-based system to standardise planning approvals across the UK and build more and better homes more quickly, to address the housing crisis.

The report, entitled More Good Homes, outlines proposals to build more homes by introducing certainty, accountability and powers that remove anti-competitive barriers to entry and permit the construction of homes that people like, in walkable and popular urban areas backed by popular support.

Read the report here.


More Good Homes: The urgent national mission for the UK

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

The Country We Want To Be is a new programme which will cast a vision for the UK after 2019, looking forward to the opportunities and threats we face as Britain leaves the EU and forces a new path in the world.

The More Good Homes project is part of this programme. Our Introductory Note on housing policy informed a seminar we held at Conservative Party Conference with Secretary of State for Communities and Housing, Sajid Javid. Following this and through an open and consultative process we will publish a position paper in the autumn of 2017 and then a policy paper in 2018.

Read the note here.


What China and the US Could Learn from Each Other

Thursday, 6 April 2017

Meetings between the US and Chinese national leaders have never been easy. More often than not they are fraught with conflicting strategic interests, intermittent trade frictions, and occasional miscommunicated agenda. Today’s meeting in Florida, between President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart President Xi Jinping promises to beat all previous such meetings in its difficulties for setting a common ground.


Launch of the Commission on Wellbeing and Policy Report

Friday, 21 March 2014

The Legatum Institute hosted a livestreamed panel discussion to mark the launch of 'Wellbeing and Policy', a new report which aims to stimulate debate around if, and how, wellbeing analysis should influence government policy.


2020 Vision - An Agenda for Transformation

Wednesday, 9 January 2013

The Legatum Institute hosted the launch of '2020 Vision - An Agenda for Transformation', a compendium of long-term policy ideas by members of the 2020 group of Conservative MPs.


Lord O’Donnell: “Legatum Institute Commission will look at how wellbeing research can have real and practical policy implications”

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Former Cabinet Secretary Lord O’Donnell gave remarks at a reception to mark the launch of the 2012 Legatum Prosperity Index and the newly established Legatum Institute Commission on Wellbeing Policy, which he is to chair.