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Even as coronavirus cases rise across Europe and in the UK, London’s leaders are looking for ways to help the capital “reinvent itself” and emerge stronger from the pandemic.
The City of London wants to revamp the capital’s transport network to suit different commuting patterns as more people work from home, with the creation of “flexible working” season tickets one option being considered.
It also wants to encourage small businesses and arts organizations back to the capital’s center by providing affordable and “hyper flexible” working spaces, according to a new report from the City of London Corporation, published on Tuesday.
This could include transforming offices into hubs that can be rented flexibly, or turning unused space into artists’ studios or pop-up galleries.
“London is today facing major challenges,” said Catherine McGuinness, policy chair at the City of …continued .
[Original Source: CNN]