Centre for Cities considers what London needs to do to ensure a successful Olympic legacy now that the Games are over
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The story of Birmingham in the 20th century provides a lesson for current and future policy.
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.
The story of Microsoft's relocation to Seattle shows the importance of luck in a city's success.
Branch businesses like Tesco play an important role in our cities by making them more attractive to outside businesses.
Which cities rely most on local start-ups and the growth of their existing business base, and which are most reliant on foreign firms and business branches?
Joe Sarling highlights research from the Centre for Cities showing the re-emergence of the city centre.
The office development industry is missing a trick by not focusing their attention on smaller dynamic cities with great economic potential.
British cities have significant potential for economic growth, and a growth strategy should reflect that.