Is there a chance of more radical policy with reinvigorated governments and the city-wide and national level?

Can London ‘come in from the cold’ as levelling-up policy evolves? What about London and the EU? How far could devolution go?

How can new homes and commercial buildings be made more acceptable to a public which feels disempowered? And what about the planning system?

Prof. Tony Travers is a Visiting Professor in LSE Department of Government and Director of LSE London. His key research interests include local and regional government, elections and public service reform. Professor Travers' knowledge is frequently sought by policy makers and he has advised a range of select committees and think tanks. He also provides expert analysis for broadcast and print media, regularly appearing on major television and radio networks.

Tony is chair of the British Government@LSE research group and regularly provides political analysis on the LSE Government YouTube channel. He has also written several books, including 'London's Boroughs at 50'.


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