The economy, housing, devolution and the local elections in May will be key issues for cities in 2016.
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Permitted Development Rights can have unintended consequences on the performance of city centre economies.
Enterprise zones at the edge of city centres tend to create low-skilled, low wage jobs.
Devolution is part of the Government's drive for private sector-led growth, so businesses in cities need more of a say.
What do businesses really think of devolution to city-regions?
Successful city centre regeneration should address more than one aspect of how people choose to live and work.
Why do people live where they do?
As part of a series of events with national law firm TLT, we will be in Manchester asking local businesses what the city devolution agenda means for them
Roundtable with Transport for London at Conservative Party Conference.
Join us at our annual Conservative Party Conference Drinks reception with Rt Hon Greg Clark MP