This report explores the link between city economies and the strength of their high streets.
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Brexit may be the Government’s immediate priority, but the housing crisis is not going away. We need to solve the housing shortage to address the political and economic divides across the...
Last week both of the main parties set out plans to tackle the decline of the high street. While the Government’s high street fund was well covered over the bank holiday, Labour’s plans...
Addressing the underperformance of big cities and city centres should be at the top of Andrea Leadsom’s priorities to deal with the UK’s lagging productivity.
City TalksCity Talks: Michael Parkinson on bringing Liverpool back from the brink
In this episode of City Talks, Andrew Carter is joined by Professor Michael Parkinson to discuss Liverpool's economic, social and political regeneration.
What role does 'place' have when developing a local industrial strategy?
Our recent Capital Cities housing report sparked a debate among commentators. Here’s our response to some of the points raised
Both candidates have shown they are intent on tackling empty shops, but their proposed solutions are unlikely to make significant progress
It is common to identify the 'financialisation' of housing as the cause of the crisis, but the shortage of housing stock is a more likely problem
Andrew Carter argues that the political, cultural and economic divides in Britain are rooted in uneven economic growth, and without reform to ensure more homes are built, the problem will only get worse