The release of workplace data from the Census shows how little guide it provides for the next decade of policy decisions.
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City TalksCity Talks: Reviving England’s seaside towns
Andrew Carter and John Houghton debate and discuss the revival of England's seaside towns.
This report maps out the current geography of the new economy and calls for the creation of a £14.5 billion growth package to build innovation districts in Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester.
City MinutesCity Minutes: Kickstarting the new economy
This latest podcast episode unpacks the findings of our latest report published with HSBC UK which maps out the current geography of the new economy.
The Government should commit to a £14.5 billion 10-year innovation and growth package for Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester.
The UK’s new economy clusters in cities in the Greater South East with Cambridge, Reading and Milton Keynes leading the pack.
Labour’s new report is asking the right questions, but it needs a few more pieces to reach a complete solution to the puzzle.
Senior Analyst Anthony Breach sets out all you need to know about planning reform, looking at why reform is needed, what it should look like, and what actions local and national government should take.
Senior Analyst Anthony Breach says that reforms aiming to solve housing’s political problems must try to improve the planning system as a whole.
National and local policymakers need to pay close attention to the signals that revaluation is sending on the health of the urban economies of England and Wales.