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Retail and Leisure November 2007
The largest shopping centre owner in the world has opened in Derby.
Jason Ward and Alex Cheney have ambitious plans for their children’s play centre concept, Monkey Bizness.
St Stephen’s shopping centre is driving shoppers westward.
Property Week and BCSC hosted a no-holds-barred conference into what retail property needs to do in the next 10 years and got short shrift from retailers.
Aditi Shah meets Kenelm Cornwall-Legh, 29, a surveyor in CB Richard Ellis’s leisure and alternative investment team, and his brother, George Cornwall-Legh, 25, a surveyor in King Sturge’s industrial agency team
The French retail giant wants to get into London.
Westminster City Council is reluctant to grant consents for new West End restaurants. Christine Eade speaks to Shelley Sandzer partner Trevor Shelley
Father-and-son team Des and Nigel Gillingham, alias Markham Vaughan Gillingham, last month hosted a party to mark 40 years of letting ‘unlettables’.
The closure of many converted-cinema bingo halls is hitting the secondary market
A new study by an expert who revived Harlem shows how retail can aid regeneration.
Christine Eade returns to Orange Tree in Exeter’s Princesshay shopping centre and discovers good pickings are to be had
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