To offer a forum for parliamentarians to discuss matters of mutual interest across the UK's key cities. The Key Cities organisation is a cross-party initiative whose members are committed to ensuring that all UK cities are placed on a sustainable footing to deliver continued, inclusive economic growth.
Found: nature-based solutions.
The Smart Sustainable Cities is a ˜agship project led
by the British Embassy
2. Devolution to English Cities
10/07/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: Sally Dray | 10 July 2019 Devolution to English Cities Debate on 17 July 2019 This briefing identifies
Found: Evaluation of the SuperConnected Cities
Programme: Final Synthesis Report
Found: Transparency data
Transforming Cities Fund
This fund, which closed to applications
Found: Written evidence - Core Cities Written evidence submitted by Core Cities [BRX 039] 1 Introduction 1
1. Trans-Pennine Railway
30/06/2021 - Westminster Hall
1: between Ravensbourne and Dewsbury are among the key elements of that scheme. I am not arguing against - Speech Link
2. Pothole and Highway Repairs
03/11/2020 - Westminster Hall
1: much more likely to be competing with comparable cities in the midlands such as our great friend and rival - Speech Link
2: sure that he agrees with me that the resurfacing of key sections of the Stoke-on-Trent road network, not - Speech Link
3: her more about the importance of the transforming cities fund to unlocking some of the potential for our - Speech Link
3. Smart Cities
24/06/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: visit that there is so much more to 5G and to smart cities than just higher speeds. It is actually about transformative - Speech Link
2: congratulate the hon. Lady on securing this debate. Smart cities is a wonderful programme, with Belfast leading - Speech Link
3: think of it. This would mean less congestion in our cities, because we will not all have to have cars and - Speech Link
4. National Bus Strategy
16/12/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: road-space reallocation is going to be one of the key features as we try to decarbonise our transport landscape - Speech Link
2: million-worth of funding from the transforming cities fund. I remind the noble Lord that it was opened - Speech Link
3: access to other forms of public transport but, in cities, overreliance on buses and underinvestment in other - Speech Link
5. Cycling: Gilligan Report
04/09/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: increased funding for cycling in Oxfordshire is key to truly integrating cycling into all local transport - Speech Link
2: Cambridge could show what will work in other towns and cities of the same size across the country? We should - Speech Link
3: states:“Provision for out-city commuters is key but barely exists.”It is crucial that the - Speech Link
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