UK cities ‘need housing and transport strategies’

By Chris Mahony | 07 November 2017

UK cities are becoming more prosperous but success comes with a price tag of less affordable housing and longer commutes, according to research by PwC and Demos.

The 2017 Good Growth for Cities Index says there is a ‘critical’ need for local industrial strategies addressing housing, transport and skills gaps. It also urges cities, local enterprise partnerships (LEPs) and the combined authorities to ensure their local industrial strategies align with the national version.

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