Despite claimant count remaining unchanged or declining in almost every city and large town over the past month, places are entering this second lockdown in a much weaker position than in March.
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Change can be hard. Changing something as complex as the business rates system is no exception to this - but the Dutch experience shows it is not only possible but also well worth it.
Paul Swinney argues that high streets and city centres will adapt, as they always have done, to the challenge of Covid-19.
A look back at the first national lockdown as England begins a second one.
Ending the planning system’s rationing of homes is essential to end England’s systemic shortage of housing.
Ending the planning system’s rationing of homes through its discretionary granting of planning permissions is essential to end England’s systemic shortage of housing, and the housing crises in the most unaffordable cities and large towns.
Centre for Cities has responded to two important consultations for the White Paper on planning reform within England.
How dependent are cities in Britain on trade with the single market and which would be likely to be the worst affected if we were to leave without a trade deal?
City MinutesCity Minutes: How important is getting an EU trade deal to Britain’s cities?
Tom Sells on the main trading partners and export profiles of Britain's largest cities and towns.
A 10-point plan for ensuring that a reformed business rates system puts local economic growth at its heart.