NWEC boss Dee Corsi on why Oxford Street is still ‘the nation’s high street’

Dee Corsi, NWEC chief executive

As Oxford Street and its surrounds embark on a £90m transformation this autumn, Retail Week sat down with New West End Company chief executive Dee Corsi to discuss how Britain’s most famous shopping street is changing for the better

The state of Oxford Street has been hitting headlines in recent years as an influx of candy stores and vacant units have plagued the central London street. 

Now in the news in a more positive light, NWEC said Oxford Street’s upcoming transformation is set to drive 5% to 10% in sales growth per year, expecting to reach £2.8bn in additional sales between 2027 and 2033.


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