New research confirms some of our worries: to be more inclusive, strong city economies need to work on becoming more accessible.
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City centres have become great places to live, work and play, but in some of our most vibrant city centres, there is not enough land to suit the needs of everyone.
The population of most UK cities is getting older, which will put further pressure on stretched local authority budgets
The Gatwick Diamond is a strong performer in the UK economy but its success also brings pressures
Students flock to cities, but attracting and retaining graduates is more important for their economies
This briefing offers a detailed look at the migration patterns of graduates and students to and from Crawley
Election 2017General Election 2017 Issue 8: Social Care
Social care requirements are not the same across the country
The Great British Brain DrainNorthern cities cannot rely on public sector jobs alone to attract graduates
Bolstering the private sector in places with a high share of public sector graduate jobs will be crucial in starting to reverse the UK’s brain drain.
A Century of CitiesWhich cities will be most affected by the ‘National Living Wage’?
A new wage floor will not address the root causes of low pay.
Cities Outlook 2016Cities Outlook 2016: The growth of housing benefit
Trying to limit spending on housing benefit will not in itself deliver a low welfare economy.