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Over the coming weeks, the CTA will evaluate what the landscape looks like for commercial tenancies, businesses and staff once the pandemic is brought under control.
This starts with assessing the predictions for economic recovery and seeing how long before businesses can start to see normal levels of trade.
We will assess the legislative changes that have been made over the last year alongside changes in industry thinking/practices.
Furthermore, we will see how recent changes have impacted commercial leasing and how they will shape the commercial tenancy landscape post-pandemic.
We will also delve into the various considerations for returning to commercial premises after months of limited use, including health and safety, new working habits and re-evaluating current or future space. These considerations are all essential to ensuring or promoting productivity whilst future-proofing businesses for years to come.
Lastly, the pandemic has seemingly accelerated the decline of “bricks-and-mortar” or “four walls” retail whilst exponentially benefitting online retail. We address how this situation has developed and what, if anything, can be done to save the UK’s high streets and town centres post-pandemic.