1 thought on “Extending the environmental benefits of lockdown will also extend the economic harm”

  1. Posted 22/05/2020 at 19:28 | Permalink

    Scruffy gaps in the high streets in the centre of London and across its busy boroughs will not be accepted as collateral damage as a consequence of keeping out delivery traffic – even if the blame could be largely targeted in general economic downturn. If other large cities don’t introduce large scale pedestrianisation during lockdown and on turn see a higher proportion of small businesses surviving post-lockdown and the recession that follows, this may be a telling comparator.

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