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Space standards force people to consume more space than they can afford and reduce the supply of new homes.
The metro mayor elections will indicate how much politics has realigned — After three years Andrew Carter is optimistic that this year will bring a return to issues closer to home.
One joy of a rare winter election is that it is now only four and a half months until the next chance for people to vote: May 2020 will see nearly 17 million people in England choosing city-region...
London's acute housing shortage is an exceptional circumstance. To resolve the housing crisis, Centre for Cities and London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) urge the new government to work with the mayor and other stakeholders in London to carry out an honest review of the green belt.
Two-thirds of the future 2030 workforce have already left compulsory education. It will therefore be impossible to fix the UK's skills shortages and improve productivity without a complete shift in culture towards adult education and lifelong learning.
If politicians want to make Britain a more prosperous and productive place to live then improving the economic performance of cities needs to be central to the next government’s plan.
Whoever wins in Westminster on December 12th, the buck now stops with metro mayors for the quality of bus services in their city, argues Simon Jeffrey.
More state more growth? The economic implications of moving parts of the government to the North.
What is the relationship between housing and cities? Ahead of the General Election, Andrew Carter, chief executive of Centre for Cities, explores the policies and problems.
Harlow, a new town just outside of London, has very good cycling infrastructure. The 17-minute walk from the train station into the town centre gives any new visitor a flavour for this, as the...