Councils urged to think about economic recovery

By Dan Peters | 20 April 2020

Councils have been urged to start thinking about the economic recovery from coronavirus after high double-digit declines in sales.

Closures of non-essential shops have led to deserted high streets and the British Retail Consortium has reported a 27% year-on-year drop in sales in the two weeks to April 4.  

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