How to Save the High Street
Business journalist Adam Shaw investigates the government's plans to spend millions of pounds reviving run-down town centres.
For more than a century, our high streets have been key to our communities, but now, with one in ten shops sitting empty, they are in crisis. In this programme, business journalist Adam Shaw investigates the government’s plans to spend millions of pounds reviving run-down town centres. He finds high streets across the country looking at other ways to remain part of their community and learns that to adapt and change on the scale that’s needed, they will have to have more than just money.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
|Executive Producer||Lucie Kon|