Central London has borne the brunt of the crisis as nearly a million workers in the City and West End have stayed at home, leaving swathes of retail, leisure and culture facing a very uncertain future. According to Arup, for every 100 office-based workers in Central London up to 18 jobs in retail, hospitality and leisure are sustained.
This webinar explores how the two districts have responded to the crisis and discuss how, looking to the future, the public and private sectors will need to work even closer together to rebuild Central London.
- Professor Tony Travers – Director at LSE London (Chair)
- Olivia Harris, WPA Chair; Chief Executive of Dolphin Living
- Catherine McGuinness, Policy Chair at the City of London Corporation
- Cllr Rachael Robathan, Leader of Westminster City Council
- Dan Scanlon, CPA Chair; Senior Vice President – Developments at Brookfield Properties