RBS Regional Growth Tracker Q4 2014

Avatar, February 25, 2015 2 min read

This article was originally posted on the Tech City UK website.

The RBS Regional Growth Tracker is put together by Royal Bank of Scotland economists each quarter to estimate and track growth in regions across the UK.

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The latest edition of the tracker (Q4 2014) shows London, the North West and East Midlands led the way towards the end of 2014 in terms of economic growth.

Regional success was boosted by various different sectors, with professional services in London, manufacturing in the North West and retail & wholesale in the East Midlands driving growth.

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Within the report, RBS also specify the five fastest growing local area economies as: Inner East London, Milton Keynes, Aberdeen, Cambridge and Herefordshire.

Each region of the UK was analysed in depth by the RBS regional director for the respective areas, as well as plotting the growth against the UK average.

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You can download the report, the infographic or simply read more about the latest figures.

Data & research, Growth, Cambridge, East of England, London