Almost everyone agrees that we need to build more homes, but housebuilding rates vary greatly across the country and this could be due to local political will
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The cuts were not intentionally designed to fall harder on poorer cities; but this is the reality of how they played out
A lack of fiscal tools is encouraging many councils to invest commercially, but this raises questions about its long-term sustainability
As a decade of austerity comes to end, this year’s edition of Cities Outlook looks at how city spending has changed.
Listen again to the launch of Cities Outlook 2019 with Cllr Abi Brown, Cllr Nick Forbes and Prof Tony Travers
It will only really be clear if austerity has ended after the upcoming Spending Review. In the meantime, the services city leaders have identified as spending priorities can provide an indication of where cash injections might be most needed.
We are working with the Fast Growth Cities Group to host a high level event to discuss how to harness their growth for the good of the whole national economy.
This week marked the publication of the Greater Manchester Spatial Plan. We examine what this could mean for housing supply in the city region and for the future of the greenbelt.
Amid commuter discontent about annual fare rises, we take a look at city leaders’ priorities for urban transport reform
2019 looks set to be a momentous year for the UK – Andrew Carter examines the biggest issues facing urban policy makers over the next twelve months.