Professor Wrigley invited at Cardiff University event to present findings from ESRC-funded research – 14 October 2014
The lecture titled 'Adaptively Resilient High Streets: What We Learnt from the Economic Crisis' discussed the effect of the global financial crisis on Britain's high streets
and challenged a number of popularly accepted myths surrounding their decimation, by concluding that high streets are showing a capacity for reinvention and a surprising degree of resilience.
At his presentation, Professor Wrigley summarised findings from the Future High Streets Evidence Review, a work funded by the ESRC and co-commissioned by the Future High Streets Forum and the ESRC. A brief guide to the reviewed evidence on UK High Streets, titled 'High Street Performance and Evolution: a brief Guide to the Evidence', (co-authored by Professor Neil Wrigley and Dr Dionysia Lambiri) can be found HERE.
The lecture was one of a series of events hosted by the Innovation and Engagement Unit and the Spatial Planning and City Environments Research Group at the Cardiff School of Planning and Geography.
You can watch the video of the presentation HERE.
Posted 20/10/2014 22:34 by Dionysia« Back