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London shows that Manchester and Birmingham city centres aren’t currently generating the prosperity they should be for other parts of their cities.
A focus on innovation in big cities is welcome, but a requirement to arbitrarily pick sectors is not.
Writing for Conservative Home, Anthony Breach sets out why Conservatives should see planning reform and housebuilding as a priority for policy.
Two new reports in conjunction with Resolution Foundation and Centre for Economic Performance at LSE set out what choices and trade-offs policy should make to get the cities to make the contribution they need to be making to the national economy.
The underperformance of major UK cities is holding back innovative firms gathered in hotspots.
A pan-Hampshire deal fails to align with economic geography.
Labour should adopt a twin-track strategy for planning reform: quick wins inside the existing system, to buy time for the big planning reforms that the British economy and housing crisis require.
The underperformance of many of the UK’s largest cities hurts not only residents in them but the towns and villages around them too.
What is the geographic spread of the UK's top 100 marginal seats? And how will this affect parties' policy platforms as they make their pitch to voters at next year's general election?
The NDMPs should be a ceiling, not a floor.