In the weeks after the EU Referendum, Centre for London developed a register of the potential risks from leaving the EU. While some risks have lessened in likelihood since July, Government has moved away from continued membership of the Single Market in order to clamp down on immigration.
Centre for London and the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Bath are now undertaking a research project to examine what London needs to do to maintain and strengthen its position as a global city in the context of the challenges posed by Brexit.
The capital has many advantages it can trade on, but if it wants to maintain its prosperity outside the EU, London will have to address its chronic challenges.
The project will explore how London can continue to attract and retain workers from across the world, focusing onmigration, skills and employment, housing and infrastructure, and fiscal measures.
A report will be released in 2017.