By Richard Hook2018-04-05T10:28:00+01:00
Property Week speaks to the director of Harper Dennis Hobbs’ travel retail team, Simon Black, about the travel retail ‘growth bubble’ away from wider retail struggles and whether airports and rail stations can continue their growth as retail destinations.
Croydon’s new £1.4bn shopping centre development could generate annual turnover of as much as £745m when it opens in 2022, according to research undertaken by retail consultancy Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH).
Head of retail consultancy at Harper Dennis Hobbs, Jonathan De Mello, gives Property Week his exclusive insights on the state of the retail sector following the recent mega-deals between Hammerson Intu and Unibail Westfield and the struggles of high street chains Next, New Look, Debenhams ...
The recent article on St Pancras is a great piece that highlights the growing importance of train stations as key travel retail destinations.
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