Here you will find our latest media articles and appearances, blogs, and all the news as we launch our work in cities around the world.
(Radio) Dr Tim Moonen appears on Good Morning Scotland to discuss the rise in culture and appeal in the city of Glasgow. 13:20 start.
The article focuses on our findings surrounding the rise of Glasgow’s appeal to millennials.
Tim was a speaker in Singapore on the two panels 'Global Liveable and Smart Cities Index on 78 World’s Major Cities' and '2018 Annual Indices for Expatriates and Ordinary Residents on Cost of Living, Wages and Purchasing Power for World’s Major Cities'.
Our team had the pleasure to attend the ESPON Conference in London this year, debating the topic of 'Building the next generation of research on territorial development'.
We are delighted to share with you CITY, TRANSFORMED, the new essay series from the European Investment Bank.
(Video) In this World Economic Forum article, our partner at JLL Jeremy Kelly explains the impact of real estate market transparency on how cities grow, featuring video conversation with The Business of Cities' Managing Director Dr Tim Moonen
(Podcast) Greg tells Michael Rose, Chair of the Committee for Sydney, about the changes he’s seen in Sydney over the past three years and what the future holds.
The second edition of the Benchmarking Holland Metropole report, now featuring Eindhoven and entitled "Fulfilling Potential: Holland Metropole and the decade of change," will be launched at Expo Real in Munich in October.
The Committee for Sydney released its 3rd edition of Sydney's Benchmarking report, which reviewed the city's performance over the last year. The report was produced in collaboration with The Business of Cities and with support from both Landcom and Dexus.
(Video) Watch Tim Moonen discuss how tourism can be more effectively managed to serve cities’ success.
How do we keep Australia's cities safe as we continue to grow? This article on the Dexus website quotes Tim Moonen on the safety of Australian cities, and the available data on those cities.
The piece 'NSW Innovation Precincts: Lessons from International Experience' explores the factors that contribute to successful, globally-significant innovation precincts as well as common risks and failures.
Co-authored by Greg Clark, Tim Moonen and Jake Nunley, the NSW Innovation and Productivity Council study is a review of the innovation economy and its implications and imperatives for states and regions.
With the Property Council of Australia, Greg Clark and Tim Moonen launched the Creating Great Australian Cities report in Perth CBD. Watch our video summary of the report's implications for Perth.
The Property Council of Australia recently commissioned British- based academic consultancy The Business of Cities under a team directed by Oxford Professor Greg Clark to examine the future of Australian cities.
(Video) Watch Professor Greg Clark, Chair of UK’s The Business of Cities, presenting the findings of the Property Council’s Creating Great Australian Cities report.
Seoul, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo are the four Asian cities among the top seven most competitive cities in the world, says a new report by real estate consultant JLL and city intelligence and strategy group, The Business of Cities.
A collaboration between The Business of Cities, Urbis and Property Council Australia to produce a comprehensive report in order to understand how well Australian cities are managing change and growth, and what can be done better.
After years of no show on the global annual survey, for the first time, three cities from India have featured amongst the top world order as a part of the ‘Emerging World Cities’ group.
(Video) Tim picks out a few highlights from the report Decoding City Performance, published in collaboration with JLL, including the emergence of Seoul and the rise of benchmarks that assess how well cities manage their growth challenges.
(Podcast) Tim joins James Rosenwax in Sydney to discuss the innovation economy, the rise of multi-city regions, and the drivers of change in cities such as Amsterdam, Bogota and Bilbao.
In 'London: The negotiated city: London governance for a sustainable world city', Prof. Greg Clark, Dr. Tim Moonen and Jonathan Couturier examine the evolution of governance in London that led it to become an archetypal negotiated city.
The TDLC aims to foster operational development of World Bank funded projects in specific topics in close collaboration with the World Bank's Communities of Practice