This briefing outlines priorities for Greater Manchester and offers steps to help the new metro mayor affect change in their first term.
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Andrew talks to Paul Cheshire about his book Urban Economics and Urban Policy, co-authored with Henry Overman and Max Nathan.
The new mayor is right to seek greater control over planning, but also faces difficult and contentious decisions.
The rise of the city centre has big implications for transport and planning policy.
Permitted Development Rights can have unintended consequences on the performance of city centre economies.
How can local areas use their public assets to support local economic growth and financial returns?
Cities need to recognise and respond to the preferences driving where people choose to live.
Why do people live where they do?
Cities also need to think about how they can sustain and support the growth in city centre living.
Research workshop asking how can cities maximise the value of their public sector assets to support economic growth.