Global Capital

Over recent decades London has re-established itself as one of the world’s economic, political and cultural capitals. This programme explores how London can maintain its international​ prominence and the soft power that underpins this, while strengthening relations with cities and regions across the UK.


30 June 2017 – 29 December 2017

London and Neighbours Centre for London and the Southern Policy Centre are undertaking a project looking at how collaborative working across the London boundary can be improved.


12.00–14.00 13 July 2017 | Venue: University of Bath's London Offices

Roundtable on ‘Open City: London after Brexit’ Building on our recent manifesto, Centre for London will be launching new research assessing the risks for Brexit for London.


18 July 2017 – 1 July 2020

The London Intelligence The London Intelligence tells London's story through data. This quarterly publication identifies the changes taking place in the city across five key themes.

Miltos Gikas


17 May 2017 | Richard Brown, Nicolas Bosetti

Better Brexit, Better City The manifesto out a series of policies and measures that the next Government and the Mayor of London should adopt to make a success of Brexit for the capital, backed by a new alliance of city leaders.


The London Intelligence

18 July 2017 – 1 July 2020

Economy, Global capital, Governance & public services, Housing & infrastructure, Society


Protected: #LeadLDN

27 July 2017 – 29 September 2017

Accommodating Growth, Community & public services, Global capital, Skills & opportunity