The way forward for our city and metropolis centres is underneath menace because the coronavirus pandemic accelerates the change from bricks and mortar to on-line retailing. This week Herald enterprise turned the highlight on the excessive road in a brand new particular sequence.
Partly one, it was declared the brand new Scottish Nationwide Funding Financial institution (SNIB) ought to allocate capital to fund the regeneration of cities and metropolis centres left reeling by the fallout from the pandemic.
READ MORE: Scottish excessive streets are persevering with to come back underneath stress from restrictions to halt the unfold of coronavirus. Non-essential stores, bars, eating places, cafes, and cinemas having been closed since late December, with nonetheless no definitive prospect of reopening.
Excessive road disaster sparks contemporary requires enterprise charges overhaul
It’s revealed calls are mounting for radical reform Sccotland’s enterprise charges system to ignite the restoration excessive streets partially two, as fears develop that retailers presently closed due to coronavirus won’t be able to afford payments when present aid ends within the coming months.
READ MORE: The catastrophic fallout from the pandemic has sharpened deal with the necessity for coverage interventions to assist companies in cities and centres recuperate from the dramatic drop in footfall they’ve endured in latest months. Non-essential stores, pubs, eating places, cafes and cinemas have been closed for a lot of the final 12 months in a bid to halt the virus.
Workplace market set to separate on high quality traces
Half three: With the provision of vacant workplace house throughout Scotland rising on the strongest price recorded for the reason that world monetary disaster, important questions stay about the way forward for the office and the knock-on results for city and metropolis centres.
READ MORE: Surveys have constantly proven a powerful urge for food amongst workers for hybrid preparations the place they spend a part of their time at house and a part of it in a standard office.
Fintech star set to succumb to £145m takeover supply
Monetary expertise star Nucleus Monetary is about to be acquired by a rival in a deal which values the funding platform specialist at round £145 million.
READ MORE: Administrators of Edinburgh-based Nucleus have really useful a 188p per share money supply for the agency made by private-equity backed James Hay.
Work on 1930s-style cocktail bar and restaurant underneath approach at artwork deco gem
A mission to create a 1930s-style cocktail bar, and restaurant and occasions house in Glasgow’s landmark artwork deco Beresford constructing will get underneath approach as we speak.
READ MORE: The Beresford Lounge mission shall be delivered by Pacific Constructing, which is predicated at Hillington on the outskirts of Glasgow.
Restaurateur pursues tram dream and embarks on main restoration
The proprietor of a landmark Glasgow restaurant in a B-listed former tram station constructing is embarking on restoration works costing greater than £100,000, whereas hoping to grasp his dream of putting in a recreated 1920s carriage subsequent to the bistro.
READ MORE: Marco Giannasi, who owns the Battlefield Relaxation on town’s south aspect with spouse Yellena, this week highlighted the truth that he had been pressured by the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic to make use of up reserve capital that had earlier than the disaster struck been earmarked for the restoration works.
Kristy Dorsey: Job seekers left at nighttime as software numbers multiply
Mark Williamson: Improve in power costs beggars perception
Ian McConnell on Wednesday: From Rothesay to actuality: what subsequent for Rishi Sunak?
Scott Wright: Indicators of hope for stricken hospitality commerce
Ian McConnell on Friday: Brexit might have taken many kinds. Cheshire Cat Boris Johnson selected this one
Brian Donnelly: Minister’s holidays side-step is a shame
Monday Interview: Buyers eye Edinburgh workplace and residential improvement
SME Focus: Coronavirus fuels demand for TEFL programs developed in Scotland
◾Many seafood companies ‘ineligible’ for UK Authorities funding amid Brexit export disaster | @SeafoodScotland
◾Distillery plans accredited
◾Stuart Patrick: Enterprise keen to listen to steering on financial system | @Glasgow_Chamber
— Brian Donnelly (@BrianDonnellyHT) February 10, 2021
From the bulletin: Anger as Scottish seafood companies ‘ineligible’ for UK Authorities funding amid Brexit export disaster | Opinion: Stuart Patrick
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