All Property Week articles in Retail and Leisure

View all stories from this issue.

  • Toby Comerford, head of in-town retail, Savills
    Markets

    Tip from the top

    Retail and Leisure

    Toby Comerford, Savills

  • Markets

    Uneasy street

    2005-11-04T00:00:00Z

    As Britain’s shoppers stay at home and retailers start to feel the pinch, Sean McAllister asks if the retail investment market can maintain its buoyancy

  • News

    Retail and Leisure

    2005-11-04T00:00:00Z

  • Gary John, Burger King
    Markets

    Got the urge...

    Retail and Leisure

    Christine Eade talks to Burger King’s senior vice-president Gary John about the fast-food chain’s plans to remodel its outlets. Photograph by Joelle Depont

  • Markets

    Still in fashion

    Retail and Leisure

    Lunson Mitchenall has grown from representing 1980s high street shops to huge retail schemes today.

  • Markets

    Dublin tops Irish rankings

    Retail and Leisure

    Dublin’s wealth and MIX of retailers make it the leading retail centre in Ireland, according to the Retail Footprint Ireland rankings, launched this week by market analyst CACI.

  • Markets

    Demographic detail

    Retail and Leisure

    Waitrose has opened a series of stores in northern England. Sean McAllister asks if it has done its research. Illustration by Scott Garrett

  • In the City: Westfield’s new plans for White City include fewer columns, easier access and simpler shop fronts than the previous plans
    Markets

    From white sands to White City

    Retail and Leisure

    Australian developer Westfield is using its Bondi Junction shopping centre in Sydney as a template for its new designs at White City. Christine Eade reports

  • Markets

    Christmas clear-out

    Retail and Leisure

    Christmas 2005 will be a critical trading period on the high street that may clear out some underperforming retailers.

  • Markets

    Cheltenham taps Brewery

    Retail and Leisure

    Cheltenham’s credentials as a lifestyle destination are set to be boosted by the new £20m Brewery development (pictured).

  • Markets

    New Bond Street is still UK’s prime location

    Retail and Leisure

    New Bond Street (pictured) has cemented its position as the UK’s most expensive retail location, according to the latest Main Streets Across the World 2005 research from Cushman & Wakefield Healey & Baker.

  • Markets

    Belfast scheme extension

    Retail and Leisure

    Northern Ireland developer Jermon Developments has received planning permission for a second 35,800 sq ft (3,326 sq m) extension to the Gallery shopping arcade (pictured), currently trading as Donegall Arcade, in Belfast city centre.

  • Store war: Greg Jackson claims Debenhams discriminated against him because he is a wheelchair user
    Markets

    Discriminating behaviour

    Retail and Leisure

    Department store Debenhams could be about to find out that disability discrimination legislation has teeth. Sean McAllister reports

  • Markets

    Casting aspersions

    Retail and Leisure

    Stelios Haji-Ioannou wants to expand his EasyCinema concept, but some experts are questioning whether it will work.

  • Markets

    Agents feel retail pinch

    Retail and Leisure

    Tough times on the high street are reflected in surveyors’ salaries and a shortage of experienced staff.

  • Markets

    Pearl Assurance sells Glasgow cinema for £21m

    Retail and Leisure

    Pearl Assurance has sold its Cine UK/UGC multiplex cinema in Renfrew Street, Glasgow (pictured), to a private Northern Irish investor for £20.65m, reflecting a net initial yield of 6.25%.