Futures Forum: Lobbying: big business and big government in East Devon
Futures Forum: Crony capitalism and lemon socialism in East Devon........ The costs of "substantial growth and expanding business"
Although there are 'smaller' and perhaps more effective approaches, whether in East Devon...
Futures Forum: Redeveloping Exmouth >>> "All it needs is a light touch refurbishment."
Futures Forum: Redeveloping East Devon >>> the alternatives to a heavy-handed approach
... or beyond:
Futures Forum: Small government and big banks........ "Small is Powerful: Why the era of big business, big government and big culture is over"
Futures Forum: "Small plus small plus small equals big" >>> 'There is a blind spot about economic regeneration in most local authorities'
Futures Forum: Decentralized Manufacturing
The problem being, that if you 'thing big', you can also lose big:
Energy giant is facing £2bn rise in Hinkley project cost | | The Times & The Sunday Times Hinkley C just got even more expensive | East Devon Watch
And you might end up with a big problem too:
Port Talbot is a big problem. But so is Hinkley Point | UK news | The Guardian
Tata today, EDF tomorrow? | East Devon Watch
This is the latest from the New Economics Forum, which questions the orthodoxies which have led to the impasse over Hinkley Point:
Energy round-up: who’s to blame for Hinkley?
APRIL 1, 2016 // BY: STEPHEN DEVLIN
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In other news…
Energy round-up: who’s to blame for Hinkley? | New Economics Foundation