Key Cities are a group of 23 mid-size cities and urban areas across the UK. Members represent all of the major political parties and places across England and Wales. They are a united voice for urban Britain, working to champion our places. They work with other cities, towns and organisations across local government and beyond to deliver prosperity and a good standard of living and environment for all.
Key Cities produce ideas, research and engagement, both with experts and with ordinary people across our places. They want a country where no place is left behind and every family and person has opportunities for a better life. Key Cities also believe everyone in our places has a voice, and we act to make sure that voice is listened to.
Key Cities members are: Blackpool, Bournemouth, Bradford, Carlisle, Coventry, Derby, Doncaster, Gloucester, Hull, Kirklees, Medway, Newport, Norwich, Portsmouth, Preston, Plymouth, Salford, Southampton, Southend, Sunderland, Tees Valley, Wakefield, Wolverhampton