Bishop of Croydon Jonathan Clark reflects on the recently launched final report of Croydon's Opportunity and Fairness Commission
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English devolution could come to be seen as the great domestic legacy of the Cameron Osborne era. But the project is in danger of foundering due to a lack of responsible stewardship, argues Matthew Taylor.
In the fast-paced game of city-devolution, one-upmanship drives many of the players: can this government fulfill the promises of its predecessors by delivering localism and rebalancing the economy? Can this city-region secure ...
The RSA City Growth Commission’s final recommendations, published one year ago, represented a critical step in a longer journey towards devolution in England. As with many Commissions, the process of enquiry is as important ...
Charlotte Alldritt considers the impact of the City Growth Commission one year on, and the challenges ahead.
We often hear that the world is getting smaller, as people travel with greater speed and frequency. New data released this month confirms this trend within the UK.
Bradford-based Stuart Herdson FRSA shares insight into the regeneration of cities and what it takes to ensure the city centre thrives going forward.
The Northern Powerhouse of Greater Manchester has firmly embedded itself in the UK Government’s thinking. But what opportunities and challenges does this present Scotland with?
What are the English Devo deals on offer? What are the tricky issues? And what does road map to Devo look like? Rojo, a freelance contributor to CouncilManagers.net, outlines some thoughts.
Jim O’Neill, chair of the RSA City Growth Commission, has been appointed as Commercial Secretary to the Treasury with particular responsibility for cities and infrastructure investment.