Permitted Development Rights can have unintended consequences on the performance of city centre economies.
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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.
The Government's rural productivity plan fails to recognise the interrelationship between urban and rural areas.
City centres have been the fastest growing parts of cities over the last 10 years.
Policy-making in cities must be based on a sound understanding of where people live and work.
Where do people live and work in England and Wales?