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.
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Challenging the misleading political narrative that pits towns against cities, Director of Policy and Research Paul Swinney sets out the role of cities in generating prosperity for surrounding places.
City MinutesCity Minutes: Does wealth ‘trickle out’ from cities to nearby places?
Andrew is joined by Centre for Cities’ Paul Swinney to explain the benefits to towns and villages of having a thriving city as a neighbour.
The underperformance of many of the UK’s largest cities hurts not only residents in them but the towns and villages around them too.
Join Centre for Cities for the launch of a new briefing exploring the benefits cities bring to their surrounding towns and villages.
City TalksCity Talks: British Rail with Christian Wolmar
Writer, broadcaster and transport specialist Christian Wolmar discusses the economics of running Britain’s transport networks and argues that Britain has no transport policy.
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.
Relocating high-skilled public sector jobs to a struggling area is an obvious lever to pull, but the real issue is their lack of high-skilled jobs in the private sector.