Researcher Guilherme Rodrigues explores the different data options available to best monitor how UK cities are performing and recovering in real time.
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Nobody yet knows what the future of post-pandemic work looks like, but it may not be as different as some expect.
City TalksCity Talks: Professor Will Jennings on “The Politics of Levelling Up”
Will Jennings, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy at the University of Southampton and co-founder of Centre for Towns, unpacks the findings of his recent co-authored article “The Politics of Levelling Up”.
As the first Labour Mayor for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, Nik Johnson should focus on reducing inequalities in the combined authority ensuring everyone can benefit from the growth in the area.
The latest update of the High Streets Recovery Tracker includes spend data up until the end of April and gives a sense of how spending in UK cities and towns is recovering as lockdown restrictions begin to lift.
For the eight metro mayors, winning the election is only the beginning – their real task is to make their cities better, more prosperous places to live.
Job postings in cities and large towns in the North and Midlands are recovering fastest, while London and other cities are lagging.
How to revive the high street after the pandemic.
Raj Kandola, Head of Policy for Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce, outlines what kind of Metro Mayor the West Midlands needs as the city region begins to recover from Covid-19.
Almost 10 million new jobs will need to be generated to recover from the pandemic, making job creation the most pressing policy challenge we face in the immediate future.