If the UK as a whole is to become more innovative, businesses in the Capital will need more reasons to invest in R&D and other intangible assets.
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Business parks offer some benefits to certain types of new economic activity, but those in the suburbs of cities are more popular than those located in more remote locations.
Just because northern towns and cities have a strong manufacturing past doesn’t mean they are well placed to attract manufacturing jobs of the future.
Three lessons that should guide the development of the Chancellor’s remoulded investment zones.
City MinutesCity Minutes: Kickstarting the new economy
This latest podcast episode unpacks the findings of our latest report published with HSBC UK which maps out the current geography of the new economy.
This report maps out the current geography of the new economy and calls for the creation of a £14.5 billion growth package to build innovation districts in Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester.
The UK’s new economy clusters in cities in the Greater South East with Cambridge, Reading and Milton Keynes leading the pack.
The Government should commit to a £14.5 billion 10-year innovation and growth package for Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester.
At this event, Centre for Cities and HSBC UK will launched new report investigating what the geography of innovation looks like across the UK.
City TalksCity Talks: Examining the CHIPS and Science Act
This episode of City Talks delves into the detail of the CHIPS Act, exploring the new $280bn programme within the context of the UK’s levelling up agenda.