Rachel Smith provides an overview of Network Rail's latest Business Plan and what it might mean for city economies.
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Paul Swinney looks at new Census population data, and what it tells us about city centre living across the UK.
A new collection of essays from senior city figures on how cities can drive economic growth.
Andrew Carter gives this week's recommendations on research on cities.
The Centre for Cities Labour Conference fringe discussed ideas on improving the success of cities.
Transport has a key role to play in helping overcome spatial mismatches between the places where lower skilled people live and where the jobs they seek are located.
Manchester and Leeds have shown similar growth rates in the last ten years, but in different patterns.
A city’s economic past has a profound influence on its future. Current economic differences across the UK can be traced back not just decades but a century or more.
Alexandra Jones takes a closer look at the new wave of City Deals.
Rachel Smith looks at the dispersal of higher and lower skilled jobs between city centres and urban fringes.