The referendum on Scottish independence has stirred up demands for devolution in big cities across England. But what would greater city control over tax, spending and policy mean for accountants and their business clients?
Big cities including Liverpool are trying to get more control over their budgets and tax. Manchester already has.
I'm writing an article about this for AccountingWEB.
What opportunities does this create for accountants, advising councils, business etc?
I'm keen to talk to accountants in practice in the North West and South West of England. Plus a few big companies in these regions who can talk about what devolution could mean for the business. Email me: [email protected]