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So how many houses do we have to build in our city'? This is the somewhat surprised question that has been posed to us on a number of occasions in media interviews for Cities Outlook in recent...
Everybody’s talking about housing and the need for more of it. Rhetorical consensus has emerged across all three political parties, local government (most of it), the media and non-home-owning...
Today we launched our sixth Cities Outlook report, our annual index of the economic performance of 64 UK cities and towns. It’s another really rich report, from fascinating individual facts...
With more and more large retail chains collapsing, what will the future of our city centres be?
Director of Research and Policy Andrew Carter provides his regular reading list for city enthusiasts.
Rachel Smith provides an overview of Network Rail's latest Business Plan and what it might mean for city economies.
New figures released by ONS highlight that East London has led the way in the Capital on growing their business bases between 2009 and 2011.
2012 was the year that we took serious steps to empower our cities to drive the economy forward - now we must deliver.
Data from the Census reveals patterns of residence by tenure.
Data shows that the youth claimant rate remains high in many cities and young people continue to be stuck on benefits.