Monthly Archives: May 2013

High streets see footfall increase – Telegraph

See on Scoop.it – glazingrefurb.com British high streets were significantly busier than either out-of-town retail parks or shopping centres last month, providing hope for a retail industry that has been shaken by a series of corporate collapses. See on www.telegraph.co.uk

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Evening opening plan for city centre shops | This is Nottingham

See on Scoop.it – glazingrefurb.com NOTTINGHAM’S flagship shopping mall could stay open well into the evening if its owner gets the go-ahead for a major plan to extend it.Intu Properties, owner of the Victoria Centre, says that for… See on … Continue reading

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Shopping centres “lack incentives” to become greener | Energy and Environmental Management (EAEM) Magazine

See on Scoop.it – glazingrefurb.com energy and environmental management magazine, the definitive resource for news features and opinions in the energy, environmental management and renewable energy sectors (“#Retailers in shopping centres are less interested in #sustainability despite… See on www.eaem.co.uk

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Leeds leads European retail league – The National

See on Scoop.it – glazingrefurb.com The National Leeds leads European retail league The National Trinity Leeds has also opened as construction of shopping centres in western Europe and the UK is at a record low, according to research from CBRE, … Continue reading

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European shopping centres outlook worsens in April – ICSC

See on Scoop.it – glazingrefurb.com European shopping centres outlook worsens in April – ICSC: http://t.co/C3ofBB1ouO See on www.pie-mag.com

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Help to Buy ‘more likely to increase prices than homes’ | Public Finance — official CIPFA magazine

See on Scoop.it – glazingrefurb.com The Chartered Institute of Housing has warned that the government’s £130bn Help to Buy scheme could increase housing costs without leading to more homes being built. See on www.publicfinance.co.uk

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