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Catherine McGuinness, chair of the policy and resources committee at the City of London Corporation, said: “We have been listening to businesses of all sizes in the city to understand how the pandemic has affected their ways of working and their needs going forward. Firms have told us that they remain committed to retaining a central London hub but how they operate will inevitably change to reflect post-pandemic trends, such as hybrid and flexible working.
“The Square Mile must evolve in order to provide an ecosystem that remains attractive to workers, visitors, learners and residents. This will involve encouraging growth, fostering talent from all backgrounds, providing a vibrant leisure offer and offering outstanding environments.
“Inclusion, innovation and sustainability should be at the core of the future city. We remain confident that the Square Mile will return to its usual buzz and vibrancy by building on these pillars.”