What does levelling up mean? Analysing the opportunities for the East Midlands

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Thursday, 8 April 2021

Ever since Boris Johnson entered No 10 in December 2019, levelling up has been an oft-used phrase from the Prime Minister and his cabinet. But what does it even mean and how should it take shape? A group of political and business leaders, including a Chamber director, discussed this at a recent webinar, with Dan Robinson in attendance.

Clipstone Colliery Headstocks (Credit: geograph.co.uk)

A few months ago, Lord Daniel Ravensdale was driving towards Sherwood Forest when he passed Clipstone Colliery Headstocks.

The abandoned towers are the centrepiece of a north Nottinghamshire mine that produced a million tonnes of coal per year in the 1980s but closed in 2003 after eight decades in operation.

“It’s an immense and actually quite beautiful mining structure, with

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