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What will be London in 2030?

London will cease to be the tech hub of the UK as young professionals move north.    

Increasingly unaffordable rent, along with increases in pollution and over population will cause a generation to move, creating new tech hubs elsewhere in the UK.   

Other large cities with large student populations which offer a better standard of living such as Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield and Birmingham will appeal to this disenfranchised generation and will prompt leading tech firms to increasingly relocate.   Whilst London will remain a leader in the financial sector, it will be void of the younger industries such as the tech sector which has appealed to Generations Y and Z.   


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Marriette Deckard I completely agree with Averil White, this migration is already occurring. London's cost of living will continue to increase driving this migration. These new hubs will become more flexible and dynamic as opposed to London which will likely have fixed facilities and a political establishment resistant to change. 14 Mar 2019
Averil White We're already starting to see this happen. 06 Feb 2019