The Centre for Cities team sit down to discuss the findings from Cities Outlook 2015 and the big issues for cities in the run-up to the Election.
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Devolving additional fiscal powers to London could make a big difference in delivering the housing, transport and skills investment it needs to continue to thrive.
Before the launch of Cities Outlook 2014, we're hosting Metropolitan Revolution author Bruce Katz for a private roundtable on how to to maintain the current momentum towards city devolution in the UK.
Our annual health check of the largest cities and towns asks: how has policy impacted on UK city performance over the last 10 years?
Cities Outlook 2015Cities Outlook 2015
Cities in the South have continued to outstrip their counterparts in the rest of the country over the last 10 years.
This year's Cities Outlook will focus on the enduring nature of the North/South divide, and why the recent cross-party emphasis on city-region devolution needs to be strengthened.
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.
New city-region powers must be matched by city-region-wide leadership and accountability.
Given pressures on public spending yet to come, this year's Autumn Statement was a missed opportunity to give cities more funding flexibility.