Reflections on what last week’s results mean for urban and national politics
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Overcoming local political disagreements will be crucial in making a success of the mayoral office
We hosted a hustings event ahead of the Sheffield City Region Mayor election with the Sheffield City Region Chambers of Commerce
Getting ready for mayorsBrexit, Trump and the New Localism
With major distractions in national governments both in the US and UK, it is up to cities to deal with real and practical challenges.
Many people enjoy both living and working in city centres around the country, but there won’t always be space for both.
City centres have become great places to live, work and play, but in some of our most vibrant city centres, there is not enough land to suit the needs of everyone.
Our national obsession with complaining about train fares means that the importance of buses to cities is overlooked.
While politicians and commentators despair at the US’s proposed trade tariffs, they marvel at local level policies that attempt to do the exact same thing
Ahead of the election of the first Sheffield City Region metro mayor, this briefing sets out what they should prioritise.
Increased automation and globalisation will pose big challenges to all cities – but those with mayors are better placed to act