Key figures on the city-regions in the Northern Powerhouse.
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Cities Devolution BillA snapshot of the Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill 2015
What are the key provisions that those across UK cities and local authorities need to be aware of?
Cities Devolution BillCity Devolution: Is the impossible dream now becoming reality?
Seven days on from the Chancellor’s city devolution speech, and change is beginning to taking place across a number of UK cities.
Election 2015Which other cities could join London and Manchester in the top devolution division?
A Conservative-led Government may only have the political capital to strike one other agreement on the scale of 'Devo Manc'.
Election 2015What do the manifestos say about transport?
All parties have shown that transport infrastructure needs to be fit to meet the demands of the economy, but part of this will be about local control.
Election 2015Why are politicians so reluctant to talk about borrowing to invest?
Focusing on the deficit without addressing the country's ability to grow its economy is a mistake.
A Century of CitiesWhat is the future for manufacturing in UK cities?
The second in a three part blog looking at the changing shape of manufacturing.
Reflections on two new books by the OECD on cities, which we launched at a roundtable event in London last week.
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.
Connections between Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht have created a single urban region: The Randstad. Is this what the future holds in store for Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield?