Super councils should be given wider powers to shape transport and the economy, as happens in London, says report

Juliana ORourke
28 March 2014
 

For a city economy to be successful it needs an efficient transport system, quality housing and the people with the skills to work there. Yet, a city economy rarely stops at the end of a local authority boundary. Many people live and use public services within one local authority, but work in another.

This report, part of the City Money programme of work and supported by Capita, discusses the ways in which different local authorities can better work together - from formal collaborations such...

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