The costs of growth, such as high property prices, congestion and air pollution, need to be managed to help sustain success in our most buoyant city economies
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Evidence suggests that the Government is more likely to succeed in its first goal than its second.
How cities boost the apprenticeship system and make it relevant to their local needs by using our case studies library.
Find out about innovation districts for advanced manufacturing
More evidence is needed to help cities make the most of employment schemes
Cities need to enlarge the skilled labour pool that they offer to businesses.
It is in cities, not clusters, where policy can help firms locate in one place, this paper looks at how policy can encourage this.
The Business Secretary’s speech shows there’s still thinking to be done on delivering a truly ‘place-based’ industrial strategy
Election 2017The general election manifestos: What’s in them for cities?
Elena Magrini looks at the key themes from the 2017 General Election
How the Government can develop an industrial strategy which recognises the significance of place in the national economy