Our briefing maps employment in the Tees Valley in order to understand the development of the area's economy.
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In May 2017 the Tees Valley elected its first metro mayor - Conservative Ben Houchen. He has control over the whole Tees Valley combined authority area. and works with existing city leaders to...
Greater devolution will provide cities with the tools to attract and grow the businesses that will create the jobs of the future.
Cities also need to think about how they can sustain and support the growth in city centre living.
A Century of CitiesWhat should the Government do about the Teesside steel closure?
Policy needs to focus on fostering new industries in Middlesbrough city centre.
Where do people live and work in England and Wales?
A snapshot of taxes raised and spent in the proposed Tees Valley Combined Authority.
Election 2015UK’s education challenge is more than one story
School performance varies enormously between cities, threatening to reinforce patterns of economic disadvantage.
A Century of CitiesHas UKTI left the North out in the cold?
To attract foreign investment, cities need to increase the stock of knowledge in their economies.
Cost is just one barrier to employers offering apprenticeships, and these are likely to vary in different cities.