A briefing note for cities, summarising the main points of the draft consultation document.
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With the right design, the NHB and LGRR can create financial incentives for growth that benefit Britain’s cities, and the UK economy as a whole.
Three areas where the Budget will most impact cities: Enterprise Zones, planning and housing, and skills.
With the exception of Bristol, the city centres of England's largest cities are set to be hit particularly hard.
A new approach to the built environment is needed to help cities to adapt to changing economic circumstances and population levels.
The White Paper on Local Growth signals a new approach to local economic growth with a menu of new powers and governance arrangements
Firm Intentions finds practical policy ideas for how further private sector employment can be supported across England’s cities.
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.
How have the recession and worsening fiscal climate impacted on the growth potential of current and potential key sectors based in South Hampshire? What specific actions can PUSH take to promote GVA growth and increased productivity and employments?
The UK's housing problem has become an economic problem. New supply has been weak even where local economies are thriving and house prices rising dramatically. This prevents our most successful cities from expanding, shuts people out from job opportunities and stifles national economic growth.