6 April 2001
The map attatched shows the proportion of overall shopping populations in each location visiting for convenience and comparison goods shopping purposes. Because consumers generally shop more often for food than non-food goods, visitor numbers to locations containing main grocery offers will always be higher than those of centres with similar ...
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