England: The State of the Regions

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Index

A
accountability
of Regional Development Agencies 26–7, 31, 39–40, 212, 214
see also centralised control; performance evaluation
Action Plans
South West 98, 99, 105–6
West Midlands 68, 73–5
Additional Member system 181
administrative rationale 15
administrative regionalism: East of England 118–20
Advantage West Midlands (RDA) 66, 67–8, 70, 72–3, 78–9
and Regional Economic Strategy 73–5, 78
Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Ministry of 36, 39, 102–3, 119–20, 160
Ambitions for our regions 40
Annually Managed Expenditure (AME) 191
Area-Based Initiatives (ABIs) 37, 160, 161, 170n
Arts Council of England (ACE) 167, 170–1n
asymmetrical devolution 17–18, 182, 211
Athine Formula’ 200
Australian Commonwealth Grants Commission 197

B
Balls, Ed 26
Bank of England 28, 50–1
Barnett formula 8, 54–5, 142–3, 184, 185–6n, 197–8
concept of 190–1
criticism of 187–8
failure to apply 192–3
reform options 193–5, 201–2, 216–17
Barnett Plus 204–5
Best value requirements 216–17
Birmingham 5, 63, 65, 71
Birmingham Post 75–6
Blair, Tony 188
‘block grant’ 213–14
Bogdanor, V. 2
boundaries 15–16
accident of history in East of England 110–11, 115
confusion over Humberside 49, 111
coterminosity between departments and agencies 165, 168, 171 n, 204–5
size of South East 181
branding regions 50, 118
Bristol 6, 96, 98
Brown, Gordon 26–8, 29–30, 31, 32, 40, 188
Brown, Nick 36
business sector reorganisation
North East 141–2
West Midlands 77
business start-up rates
South East 129
Yorkshire and Humberside 47
Byers, Stephen 28, 35, 40, 41, 208, 210, 213
bypass conflicts 35

C
Caborn, Richard 56
Cadbury family/Trust 65, 76
‘Cambridge phenomenon’ 110, 118
Campaign for the English Regions (CFER) 48, 76, 87, 90, 174
Campaign for a Northern Assembly (CNA) 143, 217
Campaign for Yorkshire 53–4
campaigns see civic regionalism Cassidy, Tony 73
Central Southern England Regional Alliance 98
centralised control
criticism of Area-Based Initiatives 160
as feature of regional governance 177, 211–17
inhibits RDAs’ development 31, 54, 55
in New Labour agenda 212
tradition of 1, 13
Cheshire 6
Children’s Fund 36
civic regionalism 37–8
North East 143–4, 217
North West 87, 90–1
Yorkshire and Humberside 53–4, 57
see also Regional Assemblies
cluster developments 47, 110

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