Cities are not dead — they will get younger
Older citizens re-considering the appeals of rural living represents a unique opportunity for future youth. COVID-19 has re-ignited the debate surrounding the future of cities, with many predicting "it will lead to a resurgence in suburban and rural living, as older and better-off city dwellers, the most at risk from coronavirus, abandon cities." However, the founding director of Centre for London, Ben Rogers, sees this as a unique opportunity for young people. Writing in the Financial Times, he explains why.
From Financial Times