Three areas where the Budget will most impact cities: Enterprise Zones, planning and housing, and skills.
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The focus of our Budget submission is on transport, skills and support for struggling places.
Certain cities are already the driving forces behind regional and national growth and policies that release the potential of these cities can drive UK prosperity.
The Emergency Budget has set out a tough new package of spending cuts and tax increases. We have identified the major themes relevant to cities.
The 2009 PBR needs to set out how the Government will set the conditions for growth and fiscal responsibility. Building on recent steps to devolve powers to cities, the Government must now put cities at the heart of plans to create the conditions for growth and jobs.
The 2009 Budget should include a clear focus on devolutionary measures that support local economies - especially around our major cities.
This paper explores the Governments developing strategy for the Structural Funds, and argues that European assistance should continue to be focused outside London and the South East.