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.
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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?
Summary of our event with Auckland's Harvey Brookes on how to introduce a metro mayor.
Cost is just one barrier to employers offering apprenticeships, and these are likely to vary in different cities.
New city-region powers must be matched by city-region-wide leadership and accountability.
This report offers practical policy solutions to improving city centres to encourage high level jobs growth and footfall on the high street.
Good news on infrastructure and SMEs, but the changes to stamp duty will not resolve the housing crisis.
This short note summaries the discussion and outcomes of the Northern Futures Summit held on 6 November 2014
Yesterday's UKCES report lays out the UK's skills challenge – cities should be at the forefront of solving it.
Four lessons from New Zealand on how to devolve power to cities.