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Congestion is, to some extent, a consequence of economic success but it would be foolish to ignore the crucial importance of public transport to a functioning London economy.
This first blog in our 'Blast from the Past' series looks back at how 2010 report 'Private Sector Cities' helped rebalance the debate about jobs growth across UK cities
“There is only one thing more painful than learning from experience and that is not learning from experience.”
Zach blogged last week on our new report Developing Interest, which looks at how the public sector can support future investment in our cities.
Running commentary from Andrew Carter as the 2013 Budget happened.
How Urban Development Funds are the way forward for investing in UK cities
Over the last few days the deficit, housing and beer-related aspects of the Budget have been scrutinised in detail.
Andrew set out yesterday how housing could deliver a short term stimulus to the UK’s economic conundrum.
Given the economic backdrop, I’m not sure that there are many people who would want to be in George Osborne’s shoes today as he gives his Budget statement...
From a growth perspective, there are various welcome measures. Putting infrastructure and housing centre stage, policies to stimulate business investment, a cut in the cost of employing people...