Reduced exposure to debt will give shopping centres a new lease of life

Allan Lockhart

In 2008, at the start of the credit crunch, when we were planning the creation of NewRiver Retail, we quickly realised how important the banks were going to be in determining liquidity and pricing in the UK commercial real estate markets.

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