Join Centre for Cities and EC BID for the launch of this new report exploring hybrid working and agglomeration in London.
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Three years on from lockdown, central London workers spend on average 2.3 days in the office per week. Will a London running on 59 per cent of January 2020’s office attendance levels be enough to avoid a slump in the UK's long term productivity and prosperity?
City TalksCity Talks: London and the rise of hybrid working
The authors of our new report look at hybrid working in London and address several possible future scenarios for work in the Capital.
The rise of hybrid workingWhat a future of hybrid working means for London
How will the shift to hybrid working limit London’s future potential and how should policy tackle this?
The rise of hybrid workingJust how many days are people working from the office?
Centre for Cities’ latest report gives a detailed picture on what hybrid working looks like in central London.
Centre for Cities tracks the latest unemployment claim statistics across the UK's cities and largest towns.
The UK is in the grip of a cost of living crisis, and there is a clear North-South divide in how it is playing out across the country. Explore the latest data for your city or large town.
If the UK as a whole is to become more innovative, businesses in the Capital will need more reasons to invest in R&D and other intangible assets.
The UK's productivity puzzleDoes London’s strong jobs growth mean we shouldn’t worry about it’s flat lining productivity?
After the financial crisis, London lost the status of being the UK’s engine of productivity growth. Now it may risk losing the status of the UK’s engine of overall growth.
The UK's productivity puzzleA tale of two global cities: Has Paris become more attractive than London over the last decade?
A comparison with Paris highlights the weaknesses that emerged in London since the financial crisis