Covid Plan B restrictions will also affect cities

Bond Road can be rehabilitated if the government also provides advice on how to work from home.

If Boris Johnson thinks bringing up all the Plan B restrictions was a painless way of burying Christmas party stories on Downing Street last year, he should reconsider.

According to Springboard retailers, there will be significant risk of a decline in retail space in the UK following a government announcement last night, which includes guidelines for working from home if possible.

Central London and the cities outside the central capital are currently 20% below the 2019 level, while the 2019 mid-center gap between London is down from -58% in May, and -34% in major cities outside the capital. .

Springboard predicts a significant increase in this gap, down 50% below 2019 levels in Central London and 30% below 2019 in cities outside the capital.

Purchases are expected to be strong in retail parks, and could change from the current 4% down to 2019 levels to 2% below the population avoiding crowded cities.

Springboard predicts that out of London the decline will fluctuate from -10% below 2019 to -15%, in market cities the decline will be -19% below 2019 from the level of -16% and in retail areas to -28. % from its current level of -22%.

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