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The Telegraph

The future of skyscrapers: a mile high, slimmer than ever and made from wood

Paul Cheshire, associate of the CEP, talks about how planning rules shape London and why big-name trophy architects are used so often, in this piece about the future of skyscrapers.


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Offices Scarce but Housing Scarcer: Estimating the Premium for London Office Conversions

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Paul Cheshire webpage


News Posted: 30/07/2020      [Back to the Top]

The Guardian

Brexit will deliver double shock to UK economy, study finds

Sectors unscathed from coronavirus crisis face being severely affected by Brexit, finds a report from Dr Swati Dhingra and Josh De Lyon.


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Covid-19 and Brexit: Real-time updates on business performance in the United Kingdom

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Swati Dhingra webpage

Josh De lyon webpage


News Posted: 28/07/2020      [Back to the Top]

Local Government Chronicle

Pay rather than visa system will tackle social care recruitment

Employers are not vocal enough about the need for higher pay, writes Alan Manning, former chair of the government's Migration Advisory Committee and professor of economics aat LSE.


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Alan Manning webpage


News Posted: 21/07/2020      [Back to the Top]

The Guardian

Domestic abuse calls to London police rise by a tenth during lockdown

An increase in the number of domestic abuse calls to the police during lockdown was largely due to a rise in reports from third parties such as neighbours, rather than from victims, find Dr Ria Ivandić and Professor Tom Kirchmaier.


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The Guardian - Domestic abuse calls to London police rise by a tenth during lockdown

Domestic abuse in times of quarantine

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Tom Kirchmaier webpage

Ria Ivandic webpage


News Posted: 15/07/2020      [Back to the Top]