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Highlights the integral link between the location of a particular format of retail outlet and the benefit which they offer to the customer segments which they serve. Outlines a simple conceptual framework for planning store networks which can be used as a starting point for a variety of retail...
The expansion by grocery retailers in the UK has been a subject of much speculation and continues to raise questions about the scope and format of future investment in new stores. Suggests that a more dynamic perspective of the strategies of individual retailers is central to understanding this...
Most location investments in retailing are frequently viewed as resulting from a combination of objective site assessments and decisions by individual organizations. They are also influenced, however, by the relationships between retailers, developers, financiers and planners, among others. Such...
Identifies some of the industry‐wide changes such as the decentralization of retailing and the impact and implications for town centres of retailing and its wider function. Examines the recent upsurge of interest in town centre management in the context of current government planning policy...
British town centres are suffering from the growing trend towards out‐of‐town retailing. The Continental model for the future of town centres appears attractive, but there are problems. National durable multiples face a locational dilemma – they have a commitment to town centres but wish to...
Despite developments in non‐branch financial service provision, such as telephone and home banking, the high‐street outlet will continue to be the main distribution channel. Branch network management is a highly sophisticated task which has been further complicated since the late 1980s by the...
The tenant mix of a shopping centre is recognized widely as a critical determinant of marketing and financial success. For new shopping centres the early development of a strong tenant line‐up is particularly crucial as these centres endeavour to establish their market position and market share....
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