London comes with a Strong Fightback Strategy to Recover Post Covid-19 and Backup UK Tourism with Square Mile: The Future City
By Aarti Dhapte, 10 January, 2023
London served as the primary entry point for visitors into the UK and was one of the most well-liked European vacation destinations in 2021, despite the difficulties brought on by the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic. International travel remained unclear, although citywide domestic overnight excursions increased. Even despite the health crisis, London's extensive cultural heritage continued to be a major draw for tourists.
The Square Mile is one of London's major historic and cultural hubs, drawing tourists from all over the world because of its abundance of attractions and lively mix of activities.
Since it has been the center of London's history since Roman times, there are echoes of the past everywhere, and you can feel the heritage in the streets, buildings, churches, museums, and art galleries. The Roman Amphitheatre beneath Guildhall, which has served as the seat of City government for centuries, is another example of how London's history is still evident today.
The Square Mile: Future City, presents strategies for building the most inventive, inclusive, and sustainable business ecosystem in the world - a desirable location for employment, habitation, and travel.
Urban centers are facing new pressures as a result of economic and social dynamics. These patterns have been amplified by the Covid-19 epidemic. According to the City of London Corporation's five-year action plan, the Square Mile will provide the following:
A top-notch corporate ecosystem with growing companies that enjoy unrivalled innovation and growth potential, a bustling economy with excellent chances in retail, hospitality, culture, tourism, and recreation.
Excellent surroundings include cooperative, adaptable workspaces, a secure, beautiful public realm, and durable, robust infrastructure.
These initiatives will help create a thriving City, a diversified and sustainable London, and a successful UK on the international stage.