Join Centre for Cities and Manchester Metropolitan University at Labour Party Conference 2023 for this panel discussion on the challenges faced by high streets and the policy interventions helping some places to thrive.
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Join Centre for Cities at this year's Labour Party Conference 2023 for this panel discussion on the UK's 4.3 million missing homes and what's next for the housing sector and planning reform.
Join Centre for Cities at Labour Party Conference 2023 for this panel discussion on how cities can improve digital connectivity to help local economies and communities prosper.
Join Centre for Cities and Manchester Metropolitan University for this panel discussion exploring the challenges facing our high streets and the policies helping some places to thrive.
City MinutesCity Minutes: Do Manchester and Birmingham city centres spread prosperity?
Centre for Cities says increasing the size of Manchester and Birmingham city centres is an important part of generating prosperity in places elsewhere.
Writing for Conservative Home, Anthony Breach sets out why Conservatives should see planning reform and housebuilding as a priority for policy.
The underperformance of major UK cities is holding back innovative firms gathered in hotspots.
City MinutesCity Minutes: Where to find the melting pots of the new economy
Paul Swinney is joined by James Evans to discuss Centre for Cities’ latest research into innovation hotspots in the UK.
Centre for Cities' latest report shows where the UK’s 344 innovation hotspots are across the country and their potential to address the UK’s sluggish productivity growth.
Labour should adopt a twin-track strategy for planning reform: quick wins inside the existing system, to buy time for the big planning reforms that the British economy and housing crisis require.