Investment zones will need to help struggling places offer something different to businesses, rather than doubling down on what they already have, if they are to improve their fortunes.
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Some parts of the UK are in dire need of new homes and the Census data shows why.
Since the financial crisis, there has been a decoupling in house price inflation between Paris and London. Without tackling supply shortages, London will not be able to tackle its housing crisis.
The old Use Class Order created and reinforced divides between cities, the new reforms put cities on a level playing field.
City MinutesCity Minutes: How do transport networks in big UK cities measure up to their Western European peers?
Senior Analyst Anthony Breach and Researcher Guilherme Rodrigues join Andrew Carter to discuss the main findings of their recent report comparing intra-urban public transport in the UK and Europe’s biggest cities.
COP26 comes to an end with a crucial discussion on the importance of cities in the climate agenda.
Poor access to public transport effectively shrinks the size of our biggest cities. But trams and tubes alone won’t solve the problem
This report examines whether intra-urban public transport plays a role in the underperformance of big British cities and sets out the implications that transport has for the levelling up agenda.
How our spatial footprint dictates our carbon footprint: the denser the greener
Land-banking and housing targets are artefacts of the current system – planning reform is worth doing to solve the problems which underpin them, and numerous others too.