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Andrew Carter is chief executive of Centre for Cities.
From March, every bus or train journey within Zone 1 will go up 10p, after Sadiq Khan announced yesterday that Transport for London fares would rise by almost 5 per cent. For Londoners, this means the average 3-day-a-week commute will go up by £30 a year, on top of rising food and energy prices. It [...]
My Twitter timeline has been overrun with people arguing about whether they are for or against a return to the office. The ones shouting the loudest is normally to be the anti-office group. They are typically older, more well-established in their careers and keen to share how pleased they are to have finally ditched the [...]
With the General Election over and the nation reflecting on the result, the focus on politics in the capital is far from over, as 2020 sees Londoners turn their attention to the race to be the next mayor. Among many key issues for discussion ahead of May’s election will be housing shortages, particularly the thorny [...]
Andrew Carter, acting chief executive of the Centre for Cities, says Yes. Improving rail links between London and the north, and between our largest northern cities, is a critical step in turning the political rhetoric of building a northern powerhouse into reality. Fast and frequent transport systems enable businesses to collaborate and share knowledge and [...]
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