Local leaders will need to take tough decisions to sustain business growth by providing appropriate commercial space in central areas, while also addressing the housing needs of residents by building homes in other parts of the cityRead more
Andrew Carter writes for the Guardian about why retail is not the future of the high street. Instead, he argues, we need to rethink our city centres as places where people can live, work and play, by improving office space and public realm and boosting amenities and transport.
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There are big gaps between what people get paid for doing the same kinds of jobs in different cities in Britain.Read more
Writing for the MJ, Andrew Carter argues that leaders of successful cities will need to take tough decisions on how to sustain and expand the growth of their commercial centres, while also providing the homes and amenities their residents want and needRead more
Writing for the Yorkshire Post, Andrew Carter argues that tough calls will be needed as to whether the city centre should be prioritised as a place for work or to liveRead more