There is a strong case for new transport infrastructure investment in some cities and large towns. But this only applies to a handful of places where the current transport system is struggling to support the growth of their city-centre economies.
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General Election 2019More state more growth?
More state more growth? The economic implications of moving parts of the government to the North.
Most British cities have a relatively diverse exports base. But some rely heavily on single sectors – with implications for future trade.
In many places workers, not leisure shoppers, are the key to high-street success
Cities will be hit hardest by shortfalls in EU migration – the Government’s new immigration system needs to reflect this
A greater focus on manufacturing will not bring greater prosperity to people living in struggling cities
Several cities have opened their doors to the new Channel 4 HQ, but do they meet the broadcaster’s key criteria?
Election 2017The Swinging Cities
There is a distinct urban split around the country, and politics reflects economics.
Use our tax data tool to find out more about how economic activity in cities translates into tax revenues.
Cities also need to think about how they can sustain and support the growth in city centre living.