Interview: Eamonn Boylan, GMCA

Eamonn Boylan

The head of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority on driving regeneration while protecting green belt land

Residents of Greater Manchester had until 18 March to give their views on the city region’s latest draft routemap for development and growth to 2037. It is an important milestone for Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA), as it would be fair to say that the last draft of the spatial framework put out for consultation, in 2016, didn’t go down well. As a result, this one has been radically rewritten, just as Andy Burnham pledged when he was campaigning to become mayor of Greater Manchester.

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