Our research looks at the UK’s 63 largest cities and towns. There are many ways of defining a city, but as an economics think tank, our focus is on identifying where economic activity takes place in urban areas.
The best way for us to do this is through Primary Urban Areas (PUAs), which measure the built-up space of different places across the country – giving a clear and comparable picture of where economic activity is concentrated. You can read more about the latest review of this definition in our methodology note.
To get all the latest data on your city, use the map or list below. And you can also find data by mayoral combined authority area.
Cambridgeshire and PeterboroughGreater ManchesterLiverpool City RegionNorth of TyneSouth YorkshireTees ValleyWest MidlandsWest of EnglandWest Yorkshire