As the lockdown in response to the Coronavirus pandemic varies across the country, Centre for Cities tracks the recovery of high streets in Britain's cities and large towns.
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Online spend has increased everywhere, but figures offer hope to traditional bricks and mortar.
A look back at the first national lockdown as England begins a second one.
September's update to the High Streets Recovery Tracker shows that the recovery of high streets has come to a stall in September.
Covid-19 has encouraged places to look for new sources of knowledge and new tools, but a lack of cohesiveness is limiting what can be done.
Looking across data on footfall and sales suggests that while eating out did help out, the impact varied significantly across cities.
The Centre for Cities High Street Recovery Tracker now includes data on spending. How does this relate to footfall?
The scale and density of cities means that they offer more choice - not just for work but also play.
Cities are using their knowledge of their local area to support people train and find a job, but the support they can provide is limited by red tape.
Footfall data suggests that while smaller cities did see busy high streets, activity was sluggish in larger cities.