Congestion is, to some extent, a consequence of economic success but it would be foolish to ignore the crucial importance of public transport to a functioning London economy.
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But where’s the growth going to come from? Who’s going to deliver it? And, critically, how much will it cost?
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.
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...
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...
Rachel Smith provides an overview of Network Rail's latest Business Plan and what it might mean for city economies.
New figures released by ONS highlight that East London has led the way in the Capital on growing their business bases between 2009 and 2011.
Data from the Census reveals patterns of residence by tenure.
New research demonstrates the importance of small firms to the London economy.
Andrew Carter, Director of Research and Policy at Centre for Cities, sets out the key announcements from the Chancellor's Autumn Statement.