California's Builder's Remedy could offer valuable lessons for tackling England's long-standing housing crisis.
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Guilherme Rodrigues outlines how the government can take action to achieve ‘London-style’ urban public transport networks across the UK.
Senior Analyst Anthony Breach calls for three key commitments from Government if progress is to be made on levelling up.
Investment zones will need to help struggling places offer something different to businesses, rather than doubling down on what they already have, if they are to improve their fortunes.
The recently announced package to tackle the energy crisis is welcome but like previous measures, it does not address the existing North-South divide in energy needs.
Senior Analyst Anthony Breach urges politicians to be clear about what they want the green belt to do and how they aim to address the costs it imposes on the country.
The fourth blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series looks at Singapore's urban mobility model which shows that congestion charging and ULEZ are not the only policies available to simultaneously raise revenue and reduce car use.
Some parts of the UK are in dire need of new homes and the Census data shows why.
The second blog in Centre for Cities' TfL series shows that while Hong Kong’s mass transit operator may not be the answer to TfL’s short-term funding issues, it needs to be considered in the long-term.
The Levelling Up Bill is the last and best chance for this Government to leave a positive and permanent legacy in housing.