Given pressures on public spending yet to come, this year's Autumn Statement was a missed opportunity to give cities more funding flexibility.
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Good news on infrastructure and SMEs, but the changes to stamp duty will not resolve the housing crisis.
This short note summaries the discussion and outcomes of the Northern Futures Summit held on 6 November 2014
Cities must have greater control over how money is raised and spent in their communities.
We report back on our last Think Cities event in Glasgow with council leader Gordon Matheson and cities expert Greg Clark.
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.
If politicians get this right, today could mark a turning point in the way the UK economy is run.
The capital faces three big challenges to its future growth.
Since 2010 the Coalition have implemented a number of decentralisation policies, but what has that really meant for cities? How have policies such as the City and Growth Deals played out in reality, and where does the power really lie?