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The London Finance Commission matters to other cities too

Alexandra Jones

Cities across the country – particularly the big cities – should take some time to take a look at the report published yesterday by the 17-strong London Finance Commission, chaired by Tony Travers (of which I was a member).

Blog Post 16 May 2013
London 2030: challenges for employment in London

Tom Bolton

London is often referred to as the engine of the UK economy - the most dynamic regional economy in the UK, where most jobs are created, large numbers of domestic and international migrants come to work, and where most taxes are raised and redistributed to the rest of the country.

Blog Post 24 Apr 2013
Can London meet its transport needs up to 2030?

To complement a series of expert roundtables with Addleshaw Goddard, this podcast reflects on the first event looking at London's transport capacity and its need for investment.   London...

Podcast 24 Apr 2013
We need growth and we need it now!

Andrew Carter

But where’s the growth going to come from? Who’s going to deliver it? And, critically, how much will it cost?

Blog Post 19 Mar 2013
(Not) spending pennies on the High Street

Paul Swinney

Seven per cent – that’s how much of the £10 million High Street Innovation Fund, set up last year to bring empty shops back into use, has been spent to date.

Blog Post 15 Mar 2013
Deprivation – an urban issue?

Rachel Smith

There are almost 122,200 very deprived households in England and Wales Yesterday, another slew of Census data was released. This included statistics on deprived households measured across...

Blog Post 31 Jan 2013
Maintaining the golden glow

Dmitry Sivaev

After six months of relative silence, the debate about the Olympic Legacy reappeared on front pages yesterday with a joint article by David Cameron and Boris Johnson. And it appears that they...

Blog Post 29 Jan 2013