A snapshot of taxes raised and spent in Lancashire LEP.
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A Century of CitiesKIBS and candy floss: economic change in coastal towns since 1911
Brighton and Blackpool offer an interesting comparison when looking at the fate of coastal cities over the last century.
Election 2015Britain’s benefits burden is not a level playing field
The main Parties' proposals on welfare ahead of the Election do not reflect the varying costs of living in different cities.
Election 2015Parties’ housing policies miss the mark
Solving the housing crisis will require government to re-enter the market as funders or even house-builders.
How have cities changed over the years, and what factors have affected their growth and decline over a century?
Election 2015Will £36 million from the Coastal Communities Fund boost growth in coastal areas?
Offering small pots of funding for coastal cities is no substitute for a long term growth strategy.
Cost is just one barrier to employers offering apprenticeships, and these are likely to vary in different cities.
This short note summaries the discussion and outcomes of the Northern Futures Summit held on 6 November 2014
At a city level, the size of the youth unemployment problem varies vastly.