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Published 22 julio 2015
Where people choose to live, who those people are, and why they choose to live there all have a significant impact on a wide range of policy areas.
This report sets out a demographic overview of the city centres, suburbs and hinterlands of all 59 cities in England and Wales, and shows how these demographics have changed between 2001 and 2011. It offers some general reflections for how we might understand these trends, their implications for policy-making, and some questions for further analysis.
The report is the first part of a major project which aims to better understand who lives in different parts of cities, why they choose to live where they do, and how this differs between cities. It aims to support national and local policy-makers in developing policy that is informed by a better understanding of where people live and work in the 21st century.
The second report in this project, to be published in November of this year, will use polling data and city case studies to better understand the specific factors that guide people’s residential decisions.
Read the full report
Produced by Centre for Cities
The research has been prepared by Elli Thomas, Researcher Ilona Serwicka, Researcher and Paul Swinney, Senior Economist at Centre for Cities and sponsored by DAC Beachcroft. Read more on the report and the work undertaken by Centre for Cities.
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