Zach Wilcox reflects on the progress of the new Enterprise Zones
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Centre for Cities urges the Chancellor to focus on skills, housing, local economic growth, City Deals and unemployment in his upcoming Budget.
A progress report on City Deals setting out the major opportunities cities and government must seize to make the process a success.
The New Homes Bonus is unlikely to meet the need for more housing
Cities Outlook 2012 presents a snapshot of the different challenges and opportunities that cities face
In order to unlock the potential of cities and increase private sector growth, the Government will need to adopt a radical new approach to economic development.
Paul Swinney's briefing on the implications of the Chancellor's statement for cities and economic growth in 2012.
TIF is not the answer to local development challenges, but, if designed the right way, it can provide new opportunities for the UK’s cities to invest in their growth.
If LEPs are expected to drive the Government’s growth agenda, they need the tools to do so. That means devolving further resources, powers and freedoms to capable LEPs and getting to grips with underperforming LEPs before it is too late.
Since the announcement of the LGRR consultation, the Centre for Cities has been an active researcher, collaborator and discussant about the proposed measures. Our research provides a well-rounded and thoughtful response to the LGRR consultation, as summarised here.