Friday 28 August 2020 12:01 am

The City View: Richard Holt of Oxford Economics on the future of cities

In this episode Christian is joined by Richard Holt, head of cities at the consultancy and research outfit Oxford Economics.

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Richard explores the trends and changes underway in cities across the world and offers a view of where there may be winners and losers from the great Coronavirus shakeup. 

Also in this episode Christian looks at the CBI’s latest call for workers to return to offices; new data on footfall and economic activity from the ONS; and Brewdog’s plans to plant a million trees.

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