Core urban areas are important for wider city region revenues. This has implications for further fiscal devolution.
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Fiscal devolution should create incentives to boost growth. London's different layers of government may dilute them.
Employment growth over the past 10 years has not translated into higher tax revenues.
With potential changes to corporation tax and calls for more investment outside of London, understanding taxes in cities is more important than ever
Cities drive the economy, and they also generate taxes from employment and firms. But over the last decade, not all cities have seen a rise in the taxes they generate.
We're liveblogging the Chancellor's Budget Statement and what the announcements mean for cities.
Mapping public assets is a vital first step in enabling conversations about the best use of land in cities.
Important technical details need to be addressed, but we mustn’t lose sight of the bigger picture.
Two implications from Greg Clark's appearance at the CLG Select Committee session on the Financial Settlement.