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In the latest city-by-city health check, we explore how cities have grown over the last 10 years, and look at how policy has sought to support them.
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Andrew talks directly elected mayors with Gisela Stuart, until recently MP for Birmingham Edgbaston, the Mayor of Newham Sir Robin Wales, and Wakefield Leader Cllr Peter Box.
Acting Chief Executive Andrew Carter argues in the Yorkshire Post that northern cities should accept Osborne's offer of more devolution in exchange for a metro mayor.
In the run up to the 2015 general election, we'll be exploring the fundamental issues for cities that all the parties need to address in their campaigns, and how they play out across the country.
This briefing looks at some of the key funding and policy commitments made by the Chancellor and their implications for UK city economies.
Paul Swinney writes for Infrastructure Intelligence on why plans for the north need to focus on powerhouses of Manchester and Leeds.
Comparing the Conservative, Liberal Democrat and Labour manifesto pledges on city devolution and housing.
The second in our City Horizons series explores the comeback city, with very special guest speaker Professor Ed Glaeser.
This report looks at what transport investments should be prioritised in order to maximise growth.
Brighton and Blackpool offer an interesting comparison when looking at the fate of coastal cities over the last century.