The Future of Local Economies – Collective Report

Published on June 19, 2017 in Blog, Updates

In April we brought together a group of 20 REconomists from across the UK to talk about the future of local economies.

As the funded element of this phase of Reconomy comes to an end it seemed fit to draw not only on our own experiences, but of other people and organisations in the Reconomy space, to look at what support is needed now to take the movement forward.

The group aim was to:

  • explore the current context and activities;
  • identify commonalities – potential opportunities and barriers;
  • and to explore the scope or need for a coordinated or collective approach to activity across communities or at other levels of scale.

Read our collective report that encapsulates all our discussions from the day.

Read our blog to discussing REconomy’s response and what’s next for UK REconomy.