London’s high streets could have lost a years worth of sales due to Covid new research suggests

A new report shows London’s high streets have lost nearly a years worth of potential sales due to the pandemic.

This is according to Centre for Cities who assess the impact of Covid on urban life and the wider economy.

Tanya spoke to Kathrin Enenkel about the findings, they started with why London has come out worst across the country.

Henry Thomas-Aldridge 24th January 2022


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