High Streets Recovery Tracker
Posted by Andrew Dunn in Social Sciences and Humanities Librarians’ Blog on July 6, 2020
High Streets Recovery Tracker Launched by the Centre for Cities to provide economic data on the recovery from the lock-down of Britain’s largest cities and towns. It compares average footfall and enables cross-city comparisons. There are also worker number comparisons. The methodology is provided on the website.
Posted in Economics, Management, Marketing, Work and Employment | Tagged Cities, Commerce, Economics, Lock-down, United Kingdom | Leave a response