The second event in our Future of Cities series hosted with L&G
The rise in home working during the Covid-19 pandemic has weakened – and arguably broken – the link between a person and their place of work. Over the last 18 months numerous commentators have heralded the end of cities as essential places of business.
Why, they ask, would you live in a city if technology enables you to live anywhere in the world?
At this event we discuss the likelihood of a Covid-19-induced exodus from cities, whether this would be a good or a bad thing and what it would mean for the economy and society.
You can watch a recording of the event here:
The event was chaired by Andrew Carter, Chief Executive at Centre for Cities
This event was hosted in partnership with: