The Brexit vote highlighted the need to help both struggling towns AND cities, not create a divide between them
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Towns and cities have different roles to play in the economy, and the success of one is often dependent on the other.
The report rightly highlights the importance of high-skilled migrants, but underplays the role of low-skilled workers in cities
Cities need to address the skills gaps which prevent many people making the most of existing connections
Cities will be hit hardest by shortfalls in EU migration – the Government’s new immigration system needs to reflect this
Greater Manchester metro mayor Andy Burnham urged a government occupied by Brexit to give more power over to cities - but cities must be responsive too.
The key themes from our recent City Talks podcast on productivity, place and poverty
Cities need to weigh up whether their local property markets are meeting the evolving needs of businesses
EU migration is vital to the success of cities, and this includes migrants with both high and low skills.
Access to cheap borrowing has encouraged local authorities to invest in commercial property. Cities can use this approach to revive city centres, but only by diversifying away from retail.