Where do people live and work in England and Wales?
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A snapshot of taxes raised and spent in Coast to Capital LEP.
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.
Our letter to the Chancellor suggests three ways to support those cities with the greatest capacity to drive economic growth in the short-term.
A Century of CitiesHas UKTI left the North out in the cold?
To attract foreign investment, cities need to increase the stock of knowledge in their economies.
A Century of CitiesIndustrial revolution to knowledge revolution – A century of urban economic change
How and why have city economies changed over the last 100 years?
How have cities changed over the years, and what factors have affected their growth and decline over a century?
The rules on the eligibility of councils to join combined authorities in the two-tier system of local government need to be looked at again if the administrative make-up of England is to support economic growth.
It’s not necessarily the case that cities with large proportions of disadvantaged pupils will do less well overall.