Analysis: How can city centres rebound in a coronavirus world?

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As one-time commuters predominantly continue to work from home post-lockdown, Retail Week assesses what can be done to encourage people to return to hard-hit city centres

While coronavirus lockdown restrictions have been lifted, many UK office workers are still working from home. 

As a result, many retail and other businesses reliant on commuter spending have suffered catastrophically as footfall in once-thriving urban hubs remains dismal, as new data published today by the BRC shows. 

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