Where do people live and work in England and Wales?
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A snapshot of taxes raised and spent in Sheffield City Region.
Election 2015UK’s education challenge is more than one story
School performance varies enormously between cities, threatening to reinforce patterns of economic disadvantage.
Election 2015Immigration is an urban issue
Immigration policy should support, rather than restrict, the growth of UK cities.
This short note summaries the discussion and outcomes of the Northern Futures Summit held on 6 November 2014
We're delighted to have worked with the Deputy Prime Minister's office to host a one day event showcasing bold ideas for how to create a more prosperous northern economy. See the agenda and watch the whole event online.
Our new report sets out three ways cities should respond to meet their housing needs.
Paul Swinney argues that unless we address the undersupply of housing in the UK, the Government's new benefit cap will not deliver.
This report looks at the state of Urban Development Funds in the UK and argues the potential for rethinking them as an investment model.
The public sector spending squeeze will be the overarching narrative of the next decade of British politics. Public sector employment, which has grown significantly over the past decade, will start to shrink. Nationally, between 240,000 and 290,000 jobs could be cut by 2014.