Three ways in which the UK’s industrial structure has changed since 1841 and the implications for cities
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In many places workers, not leisure shoppers, are the key to high-street success
Focusing on the ‘everyday economy’ will not deliver the productivity boost that the Industrial Strategy hopes to achieve
Burnley’s economic performance highlights the dangers of over-reliance on traditional manufacturing
While arguments rage about how the Stronger Towns Fund came about and the size of it, the more fundamental question is what should it be spent on?
Another high street report prescribes business rates reform and again fails to recognise the real blame lies in the weak economies of many UK cities
The Fair Funding Review proposes that local government grants are given on the basis of population size, rather than need. Is this the fairest way, or is there more to how local authorities should be funded?
Andrew writes for Conservative Home on how urban funding pressures are not just bad news for public services, but also bad news for the British economy.
The best way to create resilient town and city centres with a strong demand for local services is to encourage broader jobs growth
Honda’s news shows the need for places to prepare for the eventual loss of their largest employers. But many cities do the exact opposite