We are an independent non-partisan think tank dedicated to understanding and improving UK city economies. We provide economic data on UK cities, from population and jobs to housing and transport, in order to produce rigorous research and run events that support better city policies and more successful urban economies.
Cities Outlook 2017 explores how much British cities exports, what they are, and to where.
Join Andrew Carter as he explores the major issues and developments that have affected UK cities in recent years, and some of the big challenges they face in the years ahead.
Andrew talks to Professor Tony Travers, LSE, on the surprising general election results.
The second in our briefing series looks at the geography of the UK economy and why this matters for the industrial strategy.
With the six metro mayors now taking forward their manifestos. These data dashboards have the data on the key areas within their remits.
Where graduates move and why
How the Government can develop an industrial strategy which recognises the significance of place in the national economy
The paralysis in Parliament means that its time for cities to take the lead
The role of cities in delivering the industrial strategy
In May 2017 six new metro mayors were elected in combined authorities across England, but what are they and what do they do?
As more socially liberal, highly skilled people move into dense big cities, transforming and strengthening those economies, so too will they transform the political landscape