Core urban areas are important for wider city region revenues. This has implications for further fiscal devolution.
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Backing further devolution will help the new Prime Minister tackle some of the big political and economic challenges she faces.
Lessons from the Rhine-Ruhr and Randstad
We have commissioned new polling to find out what people expect from their new Mayor in 2017.
We need a return to the bottom-up, bespoke deals developed by Greg Clark as Cities Minister.
For the Northern Powerhouse to succeed, national and local leaders must ensure it stays true to its original principles
High-ranked civil servants are more likely to survive public sector austerity – and more likely to be based in the capital.
Cities also need to think about how they can sustain and support the growth in city centre living.
There is inherent value in working across local authority boundaries to promote economic growth.
The Government's rural productivity plan fails to recognise the interrelationship between urban and rural areas.