We shouldn't let fears of a ‘postcode lottery’ hold places back from the opportunities created by fiscal devolution.
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How increasing local tax-raising powers can incentivise cities to grow.
The Chancellor's announcements on public assets at the Spending Review were welcome, but could go further.
How can local areas use their public assets to support local economic growth and financial returns?
We're liveblogging the Chancellor's Autumn Statement and what the announcements mean for cities.
Local government should not be dependent on a single locally generated revenue stream to fund their activities.
Three lessons for city-regions from our Mapping Britain's public finances report.
London is not a city-state and should not be encouraged to operate like one.
The Budget points to new and welcome ways to fill the funding gap on training and transport infrastructure.
Our new report on where taxes are raised and spent provides a basis for considering how to give cities greater fiscal powers.