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createstreets 5h
What do the parties competing in have to say about 'place' ? Actually a little more than you might think and most of it is sensible.... Our article for
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CityMetric 12h
Is co-creating beautiful places the one thing we can agree on? A quiet consensus is emerging, argues
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Centre for Cities 14h
will be won in towns, but whoever wins must focus on cities City-dwellers are less likely to vote, but drive the economy, accounting for 60 per cent of the country’s jobs, business starts and GVA on why cities should be central to the next government's plan
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CityMetric 15h
Replying to @MellingBob
are you trying to kill us, bob
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This election will be won in towns – but its winner needs to focus on cities, writes
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CityMetric Dec 6
Measuring inclusive prosperity is crucial for building successful cities. On the new
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Brighton Yimby Dec 6
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CityMetric Dec 5
ELECTION SPECIAL PODCAST! joins to talk about regional differences in voting patterns, whether anyone cares about policy - and why Southport is the Paris of the North
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Dave Dec 6
"The upsettingly visible rise in rough sleeping that has happened since the Conservative party came to power, unseen in Britain since the last time the Conservative party were in power, is apparently nothing whatsoever to do with them." By in
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CityMetric Dec 6
Does the Labour party actually want to solve the housing crisis? on a disappointing manifesto
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CityMetric Dec 5
ELECTION SPECIAL PODCAST! joins to talk about regional differences in voting patterns, whether anyone cares about policy - and why Southport is the Paris of the North
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CityMetric Dec 5
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CityMetric Dec 5
A Tory housing minister just said that it’s okay for you to spend half your salary on housing. on last night's national housing hustings
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Stef Dec 5
Love this from . Broadway line especially good idea as TfL letting go of its historic HQ at 55 Broadway
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Kamaljeet Gill Dec 4
on why the Tories' £4.2bn pledge on transport adds up to only slightly more than a hill of beans
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Jonn Elledge Dec 4
Wrote about "the Big/Small Problem" - how the Tories’ £4.2bn might sound like a lot of money to sort out local transport when it really, really isn’t
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CityMetric Dec 4
The Tories’ £4.2bn sounds like a lot of money to sort out local transport. It really, really isn’t, writes
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Jonn Elledge Dec 3
Replying to @JonnElledge
DON'T SAY I DIDN'T WARN YOU
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CityMetric Dec 3
If Labour really want to solve Britain’s transport problems, they should redirect road funding to buses, writes
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CityMetric Dec 3
It’s time to give London Overground different line names. But WHAT SHOULD THEY BE? investigates
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