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What does the Benefit Cap mean for cities?

Ben Harrison

This week the Government finally began to roll out its much publicised cap on the total amount of benefits that working-age people can receive.

Blog Post 18 Apr 2013
A Budget for growth tomorrow

From a growth perspective, there are various welcome measures. Putting infrastructure and housing centre stage, policies to stimulate business investment, a cut in the cost of employing people...

Blog Post 20 Mar 2013
We need growth and we need it now!

Andrew Carter

But where’s the growth going to come from? Who’s going to deliver it? And, critically, how much will it cost?

Blog Post 19 Mar 2013
Going for growth

Alexandra Jones

why the Chancellor must aim for more than a “steady-as-she-goes” Budget

Blog Post 15 Mar 2013
Budget 2013 Submission

Alexandra Jones

Our 2013 Budget letter asks the Chancellor to focus on housing and infrastructure to promote growth

Briefing 27 Feb 2013
Lessons for Luton: aim for resilience, not only growth

Dmitry Sivaev

This year’s Cities Outlook revealed that while the UK economy has experienced a downturn of two halves – rapid decline from 2008-09 followed by a three year period of minimal growth – the...

Blog Post 1 Feb 2013
Housing market renewal: where is it now?

Joe Sarling

Over the past 12 months, housing has become the zeitgeist for economic growth - and rightly so.Cities Outlook 2013 has shown that if we put the place back in to policy by understanding the...

Blog Post 30 Jan 2013