A NEW report revealed Bradford as a commuter city has seen the slowest movement and growth during the Covid-19 pandemic.

With a high number of businesses embracing home-working and reducing number of days in the office, many city workers are willing to live further away from their place of work.

New research by card payment provider, Dojo, analysed UK commuter towns and their nearby cities to reveal which have changed the most from January 2020 to March 2021.

They gathered data on the property market, job vacancies, salaries and footfall and compared them to the year before to find the percentage change in growth Bradford saw the biggest hit, with a decrease of -24.35 per cent.

Despite property prices increasing by 11.62 per cent, property sales are moving at a slow rate.

Footfall also saw a big hit, with transit stations seeing a decline of -11.62 per cent.