The return of retail: How shopping in the UK will be dramatically different as stores reopen after lockdown

As lockdown restrictions begin to lift in England, many shopping centers are preparing to reopen to the public on June 15. But reopening doesn’t mean that shopping will go back to normal; many people are still hesitant to visit large stores, and the stores themselves must follow strict capacity and social distancing regulations that could limit usual services, such as tailoring or beauty makeovers. Retail expert Stephen Springham says that shoppers may feel safer visiting small, local shops rather than return to large crowds inside major shopping malls. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

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