The Government has announced new policies to encourage economic growth, focussing on investment in infrastructure, reforming the planning system and increasing airport capacity.
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Manchester and Leeds have shown similar growth rates in the last ten years, but in different patterns.
The IMF reported last week on the state of the UK’s economic recovery; it was widely noted that Mr Osborne had sidestepped Damocles’ sword in what could potentially have been a damning outcome.
Many commentators have noted the absence of specific measures on the economy in today’s Queen’s Speech. Should we be surprised at this brief reprieve from a Government keen to convince the...
London’s Mayor needs to focus on backing policies which support job creation in the short term, and develop London’s role as a global city in the longer term.
Some thoughts on the National Policy Planning Framework from Tom Bolton
What will the impact of the 2012 Budget be on jobs and growth?
Centre for Cities urges the Chancellor to focus on skills, housing, local economic growth, City Deals and unemployment in his upcoming Budget.
The New Homes Bonus is unlikely to meet the need for more housing
In order to unlock the potential of cities and increase private sector growth, the Government will need to adopt a radical new approach to economic development.