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Launch of the UK Urban Futures Commission

Public talks

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Join us as we unveil the findings and recommendations that hold the key to unlocking the full potential of the UK's cities.

We are excited to invite you to the launch of the UK Urban Futures Commission report, a transformative initiative spearheaded by the RSA in collaboration with Core Cities UK and Lloyds Banking Group. 

The webinar link will be shared prior the event.

The UK Urban Futures Commission has spent the past year diligently exploring the role of cities in developing a regenerative economy. Through empowering cities to shape their own destinies with the right partnerships and investment, the Commission aims to address the core challenges faced by the UK's cities through supportive action and policy reforms.

Indicative Agenda

  • Welcome (including Commission chairs Marvin Rees and Andy Haldane)
  • Presentation of the UK Urban Futures Commission’s findings
  • Panel discussion: Reflections from Commissioners
  • Panel discussion: Reflections from Core Cities Leaders
  • Q&A

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