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UK Powerhouse is an extensive business study produced by Irwin Mitchell and leading economic think-tank Cebr.

Incorporating a quarterly Powerhouse Tracker – a unique city-by-city forecast of the economic strength devised by Cebr – the study predicts that by 2025, the gap between London and the rest of the UK will get even wider.

The results of the latest Tracker can be viewed by clicking on the interactive map or by downloading this 16 page summary report is available here.

Our detailed white paper report analyses the causes of the economic disparities that exist within the UK and examines whether the Government’s current wealth-spreading agenda will work. A copy of this, which includes a range of policy considerations, can be downloaded here.

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For any press enquiries, please contact david.shirt@irwinmitchell.com.

* GVA stands for Gross Value Added

East of England

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Peterborough £4,933 94,325£52,294
Norwich £6,152 126,731£48,546
Cambridge £7,810 103,598£75,385
Ipswich £4,078 75,181£54,240
  • 21% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 55% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 33% want changes to education and skills policy
  • 19% of businesses said investment in telecoms was their number one priority for business growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

South East

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Brighton £5,842 125,218£46,655
Southampton £5,829 132,889£43,861
Portsmouth £4,999 116,053£43,079
Milton Keynes £8,046 138,069£58,277
Oxford £6,756 107,885£62,624
  • 34% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 52% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 18% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

South West

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Bristol £11,667 295,124£39,534
Plymouth £4,971 130,415£38,114
Bournemouth £4,133 74,651£55,361
  • 29% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 54% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 64% want to set their own business rates
  • 24% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

West Midlands

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Birmingham £22,221 517,895£42,907
Coventry £6,902 171,532£40,235
Wolverhampton £4,833 123,751£39,055
Stoke-on-Trent £4,373 93,663£46,686
  • 32% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 48% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 55% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 65% want the ability to set business rates
  • 1 in five (19%) of businesses said investment in improved telecoms was their number one priority

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

East Midlands

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Nottingham £7,906 229,280£34,483
Derby £6,133 130,018£47,170
Leicester £6,868 196,126£35,020
  • 27% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 57% want the ability to set business rates
  • 21% of businesses said greater investment in telecoms was their number one priority for improving their region's economic growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

North West

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Manchester £14,931 402,248£37,118
Greater Manchester £55,747 1,191,772£46,776
Liverpool £10,846 261,212£41,523
  • Only 22% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 60% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 64% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 35% want ability to set corporation tax
  • A quarter (22%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

North East

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Middlesbrough £3,390 74,235£45,672
Newcastle £8,915 199,926£44,593
Sunderland £5,654 123,493£45,787
  • 14% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 31% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 59% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • A quarter (25%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Wales

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Cardiff £9,170 197,574£46,411
Swansea £4,224 112,971£37,392
  • 9% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 45% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 61% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 16% said improved improved business funding was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their country

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Northern Ireland

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Belfast £9,178 0£0

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Scotland

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Glasgow £18,283 406,069£45,024
Edinburgh £17,570 304,552£57,691
Aberdeen £9,089 161,852£56,155
  • 17% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 51% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 35% want the freedom to set their own living wage
  • 15% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Yorkshire and the Humber

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Leeds £20,391 418,009£48,781
Sheffield £10,704 264,966£40,399
Bradford £8,998 209,205£43,012
Hull £5,194 152,340£34,097
  • 27% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 45% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 76% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 62% want ability to set business rates
  • A quarter (25%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

London

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
London £297,994 3,887,325£76,658
Inner London £193,484 2,293,304£84,369
Outer London £104,510 1,594,020£65,564
  • 45% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 48% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 59% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 28% want freedom to set living wage
  • 20% said that building more homes was the number one priority for improving the city's growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

East of England

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Peterborough £5,231 110,860£47,186
Norwich £6,105 122,392£49,883
Cambridge £8,431 123,273£68,394
Ipswich £4,056 77,416£52,398
  • 21% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 55% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 33% want changes to education and skills policy
  • 19% of businesses said investment in telecoms was their number one priority for business growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

South East

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Brighton £6,649 134,110£49,582
Southampton £5,666 153,424£36,932
Portsmouth £5,255 110,132£47,715
Milton Keynes £10,182 162,465£62,673
Oxford £7,875 128,883£61,100
  • 34% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 52% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 18% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

South West

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Bristol £12,950 335,035£38,653
Plymouth £5,037 136,751£36,834
Bournemouth £4,421 87,358£50,611
  • 29% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 54% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 64% want to set their own business rates
  • 24% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

West Midlands

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Birmingham £22,843 553,352£41,281
Coventry £7,076 178,647£39,611
Wolverhampton £4,532 114,790£39,484
Stoke-on-Trent £4,766 117,832£40,445
  • 32% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 48% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 55% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 65% want the ability to set business rates
  • 1 in five (19%) of businesses said investment in improved telecoms was their number one priority

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

East Midlands

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Nottingham £7,856 225,349£34,861
Derby £6,700 144,112£46,494
Leicester £6,959 204,036£34,109
  • 27% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 57% want the ability to set business rates
  • 21% of businesses said greater investment in telecoms was their number one priority for improving their region's economic growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

North West

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Manchester £15,820 423,383£37,366
Greater Manchester £56,164 1,241,510£45,238
Liverpool £10,213 292,455£34,921
  • Only 22% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 60% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 64% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 35% want ability to set corporation tax
  • A quarter (22%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

North East

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Middlesbrough £3,179 73,574£43,202
Newcastle £8,765 215,696£40,636
Sunderland £5,208 120,406£43,257
  • 14% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 31% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 59% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • A quarter (25%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Wales

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Cardiff £8,948 204,646£43,726
Swansea £4,293 110,653£38,801
  • 9% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 45% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 61% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 16% said improved improved business funding was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their country

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Northern Ireland

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Belfast £9,483 126,730£0

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Scotland

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Glasgow £18,818 459,198£40,980
Edinburgh £17,074 319,619£53,420
Aberdeen £11,928 192,478£61,973
  • 17% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 51% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 35% want the freedom to set their own living wage
  • 15% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Yorkshire and the Humber

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Leeds £19,631 446,915£43,926
Sheffield £10,910 272,656£40,013
Bradford £8,880 210,742£42,138
Hull £4,890 146,113£33,465
  • 27% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 45% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 76% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 62% want ability to set business rates
  • A quarter (25%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

London

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
London £356,973 4,751,424£75,130
Inner London £240,330 3,033,639£79,222
Outer London £116,643 1,717,785£67,903
  • 45% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 48% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 59% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 28% want freedom to set living wage
  • 20% said that building more homes was the number one priority for improving the city's growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2011 & 2015

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

East of England

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Peterborough £6,251 119,131£52,475
Norwich £7,372 129,787£56,800
Cambridge £11,024 135,233£81,517
Ipswich £5,036 84,440£59,640
  • 21% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 55% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 33% want changes to education and skills policy
  • 19% of businesses said investment in telecoms was their number one priority for business growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

South East

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Brighton £8,056 143,114£56,289
Southampton £6,887 161,995£42,514
Portsmouth £6,325 116,038£54,511
Milton Keynes £12,928 177,284£72,922
Oxford £9,817 139,492£70,378
  • 34% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 52% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 18% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

South West

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Bristol £15,487 360,265£42,988
Plymouth £5,766 140,995£40,897
Bournemouth £5,304 88,669£59,823
  • 29% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 54% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 64% want to set their own business rates
  • 24% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

West Midlands

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Birmingham £27,393 601,535£45,539
Coventry £8,357 194,209£43,030
Wolverhampton £5,166 123,114£41,962
Stoke-on-Trent £5,486 129,048£42,512
  • 32% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 48% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 55% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 65% want the ability to set business rates
  • 1 in five (19%) of businesses said investment in improved telecoms was their number one priority

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

East Midlands

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Nottingham £9,538 243,618£39,150
Derby £7,868 154,571£50,901
Leicester £8,179 218,127£37,498
  • 27% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 41% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 57% want the ability to set business rates
  • 21% of businesses said greater investment in telecoms was their number one priority for improving their region's economic growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

North West

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Manchester £19,141 461,487£41,476
Greater Manchester £66,206 1,351,643£48,982
Liverpool £12,107 312,799£38,705
  • Only 22% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 60% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 64% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 35% want ability to set corporation tax
  • A quarter (22%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

North East

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Middlesbrough £3,576 75,401£47,428
Newcastle £10,294 228,176£45,112
Sunderland £5,991 128,190£46,738
  • 14% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 31% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 59% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • A quarter (25%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Wales

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Cardiff £10,405 213,295£48,782
Swansea £4,879 114,893£42,468
  • 9% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 45% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 61% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 16% said improved improved business funding was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their country

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Northern Ireland

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Belfast £10,624 132,926£0

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2001 & 2005

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Scotland

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Glasgow £22,517 488,217£46,121
Edinburgh £20,288 336,331£60,321
Aberdeen £13,782 197,542£69,765
  • 17% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 51% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 35% want the freedom to set their own living wage
  • 15% said improved investment in telecoms was the number one priority for increasing economic growth in their region

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

Yorkshire and the Humber

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
Leeds £23,168 476,029£48,668
Sheffield £12,651 288,841£43,799
Bradford £10,027 222,593£45,047
Hull £5,597 153,367£36,493
  • 27% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 45% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 76% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 62% want ability to set business rates
  • A quarter (25%) said investment in the region's roads was the number one priority for their future economic prosperity

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years

London

 
GVA, £millions
Employment
Productivity
Q1 (annualised) Q1 Q1
London £448,520 5,315,092£84,386
Inner London £303,231 3,384,653£89,590
Outer London £145,289 1,903,306£76,335
  • 45% believe the Government has taken the necessary steps to boost economic growth in their region
  • 48% believe greater devolution of powers would boost economic growth in their region
  • 59% believe an increase in transport & infrastructure spending would boost economic growth in their region
  • 28% want freedom to set living wage
  • 20% said that building more homes was the number one priority for improving the city's growth

* Gross Value Added (GVA) percentage growth covering 5 years between 2021 & 2025

Data and analysis provided exclusively by Cebr

Each region has been colour coded according to growth in the previous five years