A responsive planning system is a crucial factor for investors and developers when deciding which cities to invest in
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For the Taylor review to be effective, the Government must consider how its impact will vary across different parts of the country
Election 2017General Election 2017 Issue 7: Trade and exports
Signing trade deals with countries around the world is no easy task, and most cities' exports go to the EU
How the Government can make business rates system more efficient and make the most of devolution
Cities Outlook 2017Which UK and US cities will be most affected by May and Trump’s economic policies?
The potential implications of Trump’s ‘America First’ policies and May’s vision of a ‘Global Britain’ underline the importance of place-based policy approaches
Cities Outlook 2017Cities Outlook 2017: How British cities trade with the world
The tenth edition Outlook examines the industrial and geographical make-up of UK city exports
The Great British Brain DrainIt’s not all about the money: where graduates choose to live
London’s graduate wages are on a par with other places, but the capital’s vast job market offers much greater career progression.
Use our tax data tool to find out more about how economic activity in cities translates into tax revenues.
To ensure inclusive growth under her premiership, Theresa May should focus on city centres.
New city region mayors in northern cities should think carefully about how to use their powers over adult skills funding.