The political imperative for investing in the North and Midlands is clear from last month’s election. But the Government must work with economic realities if it is to deliver for the voters who delivered its majority.
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Mayors: the run-up to 2020What kind of mayor does the West Midlands need?
One who will use their clout to turn glittering opportunities into meaningful local benefit and tackle the underlying issues lurking in the shadows, says Henrietta Brealey, Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.
Mayors: the run-up to 2020The South Yorkshire deal agreement means the first wave of city region devolution is nearly over, where next?
The implementation of the South Yorkshire devolution deal shows that the wind is once again in the sails of city-region devolution, with over 24 million people in England now set to be covered....
HS2 will only level up the north if it is treated as a small part of a broader package of investment that includes improving transport within cities and people's skills.
Now a devolution deal for south Yorkshire has been agreed, mayor Dan Jarvis should focus on bus franchising to connect the area's commercial centres, writes the chief executive of Centre for Cities.
Andrew Carter on why the geographical spread of R&D investment matters when trying to level-up the economy.
The metro mayor elections will indicate how much politics has realigned — After three years Andrew Carter is optimistic that this year will bring a return to issues closer to home.
Space standards force people to consume more space than they can afford and reduce the supply of new homes.
General Election 20192020 vision — What does Thursday’s vote mean for May’s Metro Mayor elections
One joy of a rare winter election is that it is now only four and a half months until the next chance for people to vote: May 2020 will see nearly 17 million people in England choosing city-region...
London's acute housing shortage is an exceptional circumstance. To resolve the housing crisis, Centre for Cities and London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) urge the new government to work with the mayor and other stakeholders in London to carry out an honest review of the green belt.