Reflections on two new books by the OECD on cities, which we launched at a roundtable event in London last week.
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Election 2015Parties revert to the status quo after an election – time to hold their feet to the fire
Our Outlook roundtable with decision-makers was addressed by Bruce Katz, author of the Metropolitan Revolution, who advised: 'don't be a cheap date' when demanding greater powers for cities.
This report offers practical policy solutions to improving city centres to encourage high level jobs growth and footfall on the high street.
This event in partnership with Transport for London and Transport for Greater Manchester was held to launch new work by Volterra Partners looking into the best investments for city-region transport
Urban transport needs to work well beyond the HS2 station for the benefits of the investment to be realised.
Join us at our flagship fringe, in partnership with Renewal, during Conservative Party Conference to debate the most important issues to urban areas ahead of the 2015 General Election
To welcome the Conservative Party Conference into Birmingham this year we will be hosting a high level reception in partnership with Marketing Birmingham and supported by Resorts World Birmingham
Cities are facing deep structural changes to their labour markets. They need greater powers to adjust to them.
This briefing explores the definitions, opportunities and challenges of making cities 'smart'
Through opinion polls and roundtables we asked how do Britain’s cities see London?