Month: December 2021

Age Friendly High Streets in London

Older Londoners value and use their local high streets but they are not as age-friendly as they should be. One of the priorities of the London Recovery Board is “High Streets for all “ and PAiL is campaigning that age-friendly high streets should be promoted and implemented in London. Its report  Its new report titled ‘Unleashing the grey pound – older consumers’ contribution to High Street revival’. https://pailondon.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/High-Street-briefingFINAL23Sept.pdf makes the case that the contribution of older people…

Age-Friendly High Streets in London

Older Londoners value and use their local high streets but they are not as age-friendly as they should be. One of the priorities of the London Recovery Board is “High Streets for all “ and PAiL is campaigning that age-friendly high streets should be promoted and implemented in London. Its report  Its new report titled ‘Unleashing the grey pound – older consumers’ contribution to High Street revival’. https://pailondon.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/High-Street-briefingFINAL23Sept.pdf makes the case that the contribution of older people…

High Streets

PAiL has been mounting a campaign this autumn to ensure that High Streets in London are age-friendly. As London’s recovery looks at regeneration it’s key that thinking about High Street renewal doesn’t forget older Londoners. Its report titled ‘Unleashing the grey pound – older consumers’ contribution to High Street revival’. https://pailondon.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/High-Street-briefingFINAL23Sept.pdf makes the case that the contribution of older people needs more attention particularly as consumers. The report went to all London boroughs, GLA Assembly members, and…

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