The Centre for Cities commissioned YouGov to conduct a survey to better understand how people see London and its impact on the country as a whole as well as the city they live in. This summary...
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The nature of private sector job growth in Brighton and Wakefield is radically different
As part of 'Beyond the High Street' this paper looks in more detail at Brighton's city centre economy.
The portion of workers wanting to work more hours is rising and the number of workless households at a record low.
We need to focus on city centre jobs if we are to reinvent UK high streets
City centres, not just the High Street, are important to support the jobs of the future.
Paul Swinney argues that unless we address the undersupply of housing in the UK, the Government's new benefit cap will not deliver.
Can you name the largest city in England? London, of course. The next largest? A little harder, but Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Bristol, and Nottingham slip fairly easily off the tongue...
This report looks at how closer collaboration of the 26 largest cities after the Core Cities might benefit the national economy.
This first blog in our 'Blast from the Past' series looks back at how 2010 report 'Private Sector Cities' helped rebalance the debate about jobs growth across UK cities