Centre for Cities' Chief Executive Andrew Carter outlines what the Government needs to know before it can boost productivity.
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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...
We turn our attention to transport policy for the third in our series offering new Secretaries of State some handy summer reading. Here we examine where it doesn’t work for people cities and...
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.
Lifelong learning, identifying the skills of the future and supporting people with no qualifications to take-up training should be top on Gavin Williamson’s priority list
While much of the detail remains unclear, we may be seeing the beginnings of an urban policy renaissance.
For the first time in British history a directly elected mayor has become Prime Minister – what might this mean for cities?
Although free ports are touted by Boris Johnson as a way to bring jobs to struggling areas, lessons from enterprise zones suggest otherwise
Both candidates have shown they are intent on tackling empty shops, but their proposed solutions are unlikely to make significant progress
The next prime minister needs to have a government programme that improves the lives of people in cities