A recovery plan for the West End


This report from UK think tank the Centre for London looks at how the West End can recover from the loss of commuters and tourism.

The West End is at the heart of London’s cultural life and the UK’s global appeal. But the neighbourhood has struggled with the slowdown of commuting and tourism. Retail sales have plummeted, visitors are staying away and many of the area’s hospitality, arts and retail jobs are under threat. We’ve set out a recovery plan to help the West End recover, make it a greener, and more liveable neighbourhood and support local businesses.

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