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            Securing the future for Britain’s high streets and town centres

            What are the key challenges and how can town centres flourish in the future?

            Date: 17/10/2019

            Britain’s town centres and high streets are often at the heart of people’s sense of place and local identity. Changes in global and local economies have put this under pressure, with 1 in 12 shops having closed in England and Wales in the last 5 years. With the radical global shift in how we use and relate to our local resources, it may be time to empower local authorities and communities to deliver a high street revolution.

            So what are the key challenges and how can town centres flourish in the future?

            DWF conducted a public survey and participated in a panel discussion on the issue at the recent Conservative Party Conference.

            Download our summary below to find out about the key findings:

             

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             future of British high street report cover 

             

             

            Related people

            Hilary Ross

            • Head of Retail, Food & Hospitality // Executive Partner (London)

            Melanie Williams

            • Partner // Head of Real Estate Sector // Head of Hospitality Group

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