Centre for Cities' second Leaders Network dinner will discuss the comprehensive spending review after the election.
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Cities Devolution BillThe new politics of cities
City devolution is likely to remain on the agenda for the Conservatives. Labour's stance is less certain.
Andrew Carter talks deficit, austerity and fiscal devolution with Simon Parker from the NLGN and Tony Travers from the LSE.
Our briefing looks at what the different parties have in store for cities in the next Parliament.
This briefing looks at some of the key funding and policy commitments made by the Chancellor and their implications for UK city economies.
Election 2015Why the Help to Buy ISA is an expensive way to make the housing crisis worse
Through right to buy, help to buy, the stamp duty cut and starter homes the Chancellor has made it clear that getting people on the housing ladder is a central plank of Conservative policy. The...
Election 2015Budget 2015 Liveblog
Liveblogging the Chancellor's Budget Statement and the implications for UK cities.
Our letter to the Chancellor suggests three ways to support those cities with the greatest capacity to drive economic growth in the short-term.
Centre for Cities is organising a series of private dinners providing city leaders and chief executives with the opportunity of a frank and open exchange of views on the leading issues they face with expert speakers.