18 July 2017
John Hayes MP, Minister of State at the Department for Transport, gave the keynote address at the ResPublica, National Trust, and Woodland Trust Backing Beauty Reception on Monday 17th July.
19 May 2017
With all three major party manifestos (Labour, Liberal Democrat, and Conservative) released this week, we now know what the parties have planned on the key election issues.
15 May 2017
With a General Election scheduled for June 8th, we are calling on the political parties to address the issue of beauty in the campaign, and for the next Government to consider how it can place beauty at the heart of public policymaking.
11 February 2017
The House of Commons Communities and Local Government Select Committee has today published its report on Public Parks, featuring evidence submitted by ResPublica’s Backing Beauty Commission.
07 February 2017
Responding to the Government White Paper, Fixing our broken housing market, published earlier today, Backing Beauty policy lead Duncan Sim said the following:
09 December 2016
The Government’s estate regeneration strategy published yesterday includes strong support for placing residents “at the centre of reshaping their estates”, as called for by ResPublica.
16 November 2016
Ahead of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement on November 23rd, we outline what the Government can do to put beauty front and centre across ten different policy areas.
11 October 2016
ResPublica’s evidence to the Communities and Local Government Select Committee inquiry on the future of public parks is available to view online.
15 September 2016
If you’re heading to Birmingham for the Conservative Party Conference this year, join us on Monday evening to debate how to make our cities more beautiful!
22 February 2016
ResPublica’s submission to the House of Lords Select Committee on National Policy for the Built Environment (available to download here) has been cited in the Committee’s Report ‘Building Better Places’.
ResPublica’s call for the transformation of sink estates into beautiful places adopted by the Prime Minister
11 January 2016
This week, the Prime Minister announced that some of the UK’s least attractive housing estates are to be torn down and replaced with attractive, safe homes: a move we called for in our Community Right to Beauty report.
06 November 2015
Property Week: Finalists revealed for 2015 LSH Enterprise Award
Read ResPublica’s submission here
23 July 2015
ResPublica’s report, A Community Right to Beauty: Giving communities the power to shape, enhance and create beautiful places, buildings and spaces, argues for the restoration and democratisation of beauty in public policy.