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Homeworking to remain key to city retail performance

One of the unforeseen consequences of the homeworking revolution is its negative impact on city centre retail footfall. The evidence suggests that in urban centres there is a link between higher levels of remote work and poorer retail performance, which we think is likely to persist. In view of the wider interest, we are also sending this European Commercial Property Update to clients of our UK Commercial Property Service. Property Drop-In (19th May): What will rising interest rates mean for commercial property returns in the US, UK and Europe? Join our 20-minute briefing on the outlook for returns on Thursday. Register now.

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