There is inherent value in working across local authority boundaries to promote economic growth.
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Combined authorities are viewed by Westminster politicians as the primary unit through which to deliver more devolution.
The rules on the eligibility of councils to join combined authorities in the two-tier system of local government need to be looked at again if the administrative make-up of England is to support economic growth.
Cities need to work on an equal footing with their economically-linked counties to support economic growth.
Election 2015Blogging the Highs and Lows of Cities Policy in 2014
What have been the big cities stories of the year? Our blog has been keeping track of the big developments.
Four lessons from New Zealand on how to devolve power to cities.
This briefing offers cities and counties of all sizes a routemap towards devolution - from major city regions to smaller cities working with their surrounding counties.
A detailed plan for devolution to cities and counties across England.
This event in partnership with Transport for London and Transport for Greater Manchester was held to launch new work by Volterra Partners looking into the best investments for city-region transport
Whilst the case for strong, city-region leadership and governance is gaining momentum, a common response is that ‘we like the idea but it’s too difficult to implement’. This event will...