London’s Mayor needs to focus on backing policies which support job creation in the short term, and develop London’s role as a global city in the longer term.
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Cities Outlook 2012 identifies the cities where glimmers of economic growth are likely to be evident, and those that are vulnerable to further economic stagnation.
Since the announcement of the LGRR consultation, the Centre for Cities has been an active researcher, collaborator and discussant about the proposed measures. Our research provides a well-rounded and thoughtful response to the LGRR consultation, as summarised here.
The focus of our Budget submission is on transport, skills and support for struggling places.
Certain cities are already the driving forces behind regional and national growth and policies that release the potential of these cities can drive UK prosperity.
Cities Outlook 2011 reveals the cities that are bouncing back strongest from the recession, and those that are likely to continue to struggle for some time.
It’s good to see national government putting tangible powers on the table with the potential to deliver on the rhetoric around localism.
Nick Clegg's TIF announcement is great news for cities, but there are outstanding questions that are still to be answered.
Over the last decade, Derby’s economy has performed solidly, but how can Derby lock in its economic success, and widen access to the high-value economy?
The Centre for Cities' submission focuses on its impact upon economic growth & local economies.