Archive

Below are links to LWM activities and publications from 2002 onwards.

Birmingham Procurement 2009-9 – the Sustainable Procurement Compact and other BeBirmingham Sustainable Procurement

Fair Deal Awards: a positive awareness raising campaign for “UK fair trade”, highlighting good practice in paying suppliers a fair price. An old campaign but sadly still relevant today.

Supporting the European Food Declaration

Progressing a Better Economy -LWM’s 10th anniversary speaker event 18th Oct

Reform of the Bank of England

Impact of a new retail development on Shirley, West Midlands, 2006

What do West Midlands parliamentary candidates think about decentralising political and economic power?

Sustainability and Resilience for Herefordshire – planning workshops 2011

Community Land Trust training – and Digbeth CLT – 2011

Level 4 Courses on Local Food and Engaging Communities in Climate Change for Aston University’s Lifelong Learning Centre

Course on Growing Low Carbon Communities

Extending Localisation – a research project into regional good practice

Making Government work for local Communities – a paper on decentralisation by Jon Morris & George Morran (2007) and its summary: Political and administrative decentralisation (2007)

Decentralised Energy for Birmingham 2007

Local finance for social housing 2004

Even earlier LWM activities