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Retail is in a time of flux. With growing rents, online retailing, and an emphasis on experiential visits rather than standard shop floors, linked with growing hospitality and restaurant sectors as London becomes a destination for food tourism, London’s retail community is evolving.

How is London adapting to retain its title as a world-leading shopping city? What is planned for our markets, high streets and shopping centres? What role can local interventions play in supporting new enterprise? And how are landowners curating their offer to attract shoppers? 

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