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Future of Cities

Future of Cities


Welcome… click into our virtual lab below where you can explore the factors shaping the future of cities. 


Not for a generation has there been greater speculation about the future role and composition of the city.

For most of recorded history, the city has served as the beating heart of civilisation, and the engine room of human advancement.
Our economies, our infrastructure, our communities and our real estate are all built on the foundation of our cities; so much so that it is difficult to conceive otherwise. However, the past couple of years has laid bare undercurrents that threaten this foundation and offer new opportunities. These could have significant implications for society and for real estate in the future.

Now more than ever before, it’s important to have well thought through choices for What’s Next…


MyCity 2023

MyCity 2023
MyCity unpacks Cushman & Wakefield’s vision for the future of six UK cities: London, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds and Edinburgh, and analyses how they are positioned to manage the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Our experts have outlined a series of calls to action for investors, developers, occupiers and local authorities in order to maximise the success of each city.
We invite you to join this debate, which will be one of the biggest factors shaping real estate over the next 20 years.

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