Financial Devolution for Local Growth is an independent survey of public and private sector leaders’ views on new funding tools for urban investment.
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Supplementary Business Rates (SBRs) have recently been proposed as a mechanism to allow cities to generate additional funds for infrastructure investment. This paper presents new analysis that illustrates their possible contribution and the main challenges that must be tackled by city leaders, business and central government if SBRs are to finance local growth. It is part of the joint City Solutions project undertaken by Centre for Cities and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
This paper sets out the Lyons Inquiry's headline conclusions and examines the Government's immediate reaction, and what will happen next.
Why has the Olympics budget gone up, who should pay, and what we will get for our money?
This paper explores the Governments developing strategy for the Structural Funds, and argues that European assistance should continue to be focused outside London and the South East.
This paper argues that the expanded Lyons Inquiry is an opportunity that should not be wasted. Instead of political manoeuvring, its time to develop concrete reforms beginning with the devolution of real power and resources to Britain's cities.