Tag: Shopping Centres



Brighton Shopping Centre trials Store to Door Delivery Service

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Posted on 11 April, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News, Uncategorised

Changes in consumer habits have meant that retailers need to be increasingly adept at picking up on new trends and technological advances in order to keep pace with a fast moving market. Consumers are now more pressed for time than ever before, so... Read More

Fresh Doubts over Future of Shrewsbury Riverside Development

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Posted on 8 April, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Developments

Retail developments are powering on throughout the country in response to the improving economy and investor confidence. However, Shrewsbury’s Riverside development is once more facing issues which have pushed back the completion date of the project, with... Read More

String of New Lettings boosts Lincoln Shopping Centre

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Posted on 30 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

With retailers now actively seeking expansion due to the improved consumer outlook, shopping centres and high streets around the country are noticing vacancy rates falling at a steady rate. This is positive news after several years of contraction in the... Read More

Wakefield Shopping Centre poised for Expansion following Sale

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Posted on 27 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Sales and Lets

Shopping centre developments and re-developments have been fairly prominent of late, with owners of these commercial properties keen to take advantage of the uplift in consumer confidence by increasing their retail and leisure offer.  Now, residents of... Read More

Grimsby to benefit from New Leisure Offer

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Posted on 26 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Developments

Retail and leisure expansions are particularly popular with UK developers at present, due to the upswing in consumer confidence and the number of retailers and leisure firms looking to expand. The latest to be announced is a multi-million pound project geared... Read More

Fat Face launches new Regional Flagship Store in Southampton

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Posted on 25 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Business News

Southampton has been long known as one of the UK’s most popular destinations for lovers of sailing, but an increased boom in summer tourism has lifted the city’s economy for the past few years. In part, this is due to the proximity of other docks in... Read More

February Footfall drops in every UK Region says BRC

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Posted on 20 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Economy

High Street footfall has long been one of the most accurate measurements of consumer confidence, but with the advent of online retailing this changed dramatically. Now, it is seen more as a means of determining how well attempts to rejuvenate high street... Read More

Construction of new Leeds Shopping Centre to Begin in April

The new shopping centre will face stiff competition from the popular Trinity Leeds
Posted on 19 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Developments

The developers behind the new Victoria Gate shopping centre in Leeds, formerly known as the Eastgate Quarters, have confirmed that work on the project will finally begin next month after planning consent was granted last September. The new shopping centre... Read More

Plans approved for Oxford Westgate Shopping Centre

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Posted on 14 March, 2014 by Kirsten Kennedy under Commercial Developments

For almost three decades now, the future of Oxford’s West End has been up in the air with controversy surrounding a number of different plans aiming to redevelop the retail district. However, this week plans to rebuild the Westgate Shopping Centre and... Read More

Council “Mismanagement” Blamed for Newcastle Shopping Centre Decline

The Intu owned Eldon Square shopping centre
Posted on 13 March, 2014 by Cliff Goodwin under Business News

The owners of a Newcastle shopping centre claim they have been “abandoned” by the city council in its bid to drive business toward the adjacent intu-owned Eldon Square complex — in which the authority has shares. The Intu owned Eldon Square shopping... Read More