A Manifesto for a more prosperous urban Britain

Our 2015 general election manifesto calls for a Cities and Prosperity Act introducing a presumption in favour of devolution.

If politicians are to deliver on the jobs, growth and opportunities people want, and if UK cities are to boost their contribution to the national economy, then we need to fundamentally shift the way that we think about how decisions are made, investments are prioritised and funding is allocated across urban Britain.

Ahead of the 2015 general election, this manifesto calls for a Cities and Prosperity Act which can introduce a presumption of devolution, enabling legislation that means UK cities are only limited by their ambition.

Click through the slides below for our top Manifesto asks:

Centre for Cities Manifesto from Centre for Cities