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  • Landsec offers an autism-friendly retail experience
  • Landsec offers an autism-friendly retail experience
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Landsec offers an autism-friendly retail experience

Property firm Landsec aims to deliver more inclusive retail experiences with initiatives which cater to the needs of autistic individuals. People with autism struggle to shop in busy and loud retailers, so organisations are finding ways to design spaces that guarantee a more manageable experience.

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