Could a place-based approach save our high streets?

19 November 2020

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In the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, it’s easy to pin the blame for our declining high streets on the pandemic but of course they had been in trouble for a long time before the coronavirus struck.

Maybe a more integrated place-based approach could be their saviour. Saving the High Street: the community takeover is a new report by the London School of Economics and Political Science that asks whether community business ownership properly coordinated by local authorities might make our high streets more resilient.

Spotted on the website of community business charity Power to change.

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    Martin Thomas

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    In the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, it’s easy to pin the blame for our declining high streets on the pandemic but of course they had been in trouble for a long time before the coronavirus struck.

    Maybe a more integrated place-based approach could be their saviour. Saving the High Street: the community takeover is a new report by the London School of Economics and Political Science that asks whether community business ownership properly coordinated by local authorities might make our high streets more resilient.

    Spotted on the website of community business charity Power to change.

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