A new way to save struggling high streets

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A new way to save struggling high streets

The future of London's High streets and ensuring their survival could be in the hands of the Night Time industry, that's according to a new report from City Hall's Night Time Commission. 

The group says using shops, parks and museums for pop-up performances, evening markets and exhibitions could reverse the decline in high street trade. 

It could provide those who work outside of daytime hours, the same access to events and services.

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