Gentrification debate needs to look beyond changes at the neighbourhood-level, and adopt a city-wide perspective.
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The problems that successful cities face stem from poor city management – not gentrification
Meeting new pledges on housing and infrastructure will mean taking tough calls to unlock more land for development.
Getting ready for mayorsWill the new metro mayors be able to take the tough decisions their cities need?
New metro mayors will have less executive power than the Mayor of London. Getting things done will mean taking action outside their formal remit.
Getting ready for mayorsWhat does the metro mayor debate look like in the big city regions?
Three reflections from our events discussing priorities for the new city region mayors.
Getting ready for mayorsWith Whitehall in flux, is Mayor Khan securing City Hall stability?
As national politics undergoes a series of changes, the new mayor of London is getting on with the job. But how is he doing?
Getting ready for mayorsWhat does Merseyside want from its new Metro Mayor?
Adults polled across the Liverpool city region think that housing and major infrastructure developments should be a priority.
The new mayor is right to seek greater control over planning, but also faces difficult and contentious decisions.
Mayoral Elections 2016What should the top priorities be for the new Mayor of Tees Valley?
Our polling shows that the new Mayor of Tees Valley needs to address people's concerns over skills in the city region.
Getting ready for mayorsMore people know about metro mayors than you might think
Public awareness of new mayors is surprisingly high given that the campaigns haven't begun in earnest.