The Chancellor has trailed some good ideas ahead of the Budget – but not the substantial reforms needed to address housing shortages
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Election 2017General Election 2017 Issue 9: Welfare
If the welfare axe does continue to fall over the next five years, cities with weaker economies may well be hit hardest.
While it will help the housing market work more effectively, the white paper does not go far enough to recognise the housing needs of different places
Discussion on how to support infrastructure development and build more houses in the Fast Growth Cities.
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'Fast Growth Cities' don't necessarily need a mayor-led devolution deal, but they do need flexibility on planning and skills.
A Century of CitiesWhich cities will be most affected by the ‘National Living Wage’?
A new wage floor will not address the root causes of low pay.
Areas outside the major city regions will also benefit from devolution, and need deals tailored to their specific needs.
What role do Cambridge, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Swindon and Norwich play in the UK economy?
The Chancellor should prioritise fiscal devolution and housebuilding in next Wednesday's Budget Statement.