In the context of huge political and economic change, London First has launched an update to the UK’s first business-led plan for London. London 2036: an agenda for jobs and growth sets out priorities for the capital between now and 2036, when the population is set to reach 10m.
The update, produced with McKinsey, analyses new data and provides fresh insights on: access to global talent, building on our strengths in tech and innovation and addressing gaps in infrastructure and housing.
London 2036: An Agenda for Jobs and Growth was first produced by London First on behalf of the London Enterprise Panel – the Mayor’s business advisory panel – and is the most significant business-led consultation project yet undertaken to help drive jobs and growth in a UK city.
It sets out a formula for London to achieve world-beating income growth, greater job opportunities than rival cities, a diverse and shock-proof economy, more homes and better transportation, as well as more balanced economic growth across the UK.
London: the global hub
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