Thirty new restaurant multiple brands have opened sites in Manchester in the last four years, according to Savills.
83 per cent of new leisure and food units in shopping centres open outside London
Located on The Terrace adjacent to Odeon, the new design is inspired by the neon of urban Tokyo.
A third of people will visit a shopping centre solely to eat and drink according to CBRE’s food and beverage in shopping centres report
Bluewater has hosted a bricks and mortar retailing masterclass for six companies supported by TrueStart.
London retains top spot as most international shopping destination in CBRE survey
Catering outlet numbers have grown at 8 per cent pa since 1988
Schuh has debuted its new retail concept, twentyFIFTEEN, in its existing 5,109 sq ft store at Bluewater.
Network Rail reports retail sales up 6 per cent for final quarter of 2014
Half of shopping centre space could be converted to leisure, finds Strutt & Parker survey
Fashion retailer becomes first retail casualty of 2015 putting 84 stores at risk
Gourmet burger restaurant opens four new locations as part of wider UK expansion drive
Visitor levels up across Hammerson portfolio as shoppers embrace US shopping tradition
Foodservice consultancy merges with JLL’s growing European retail & leisure consulting team
Rola Wala opens in Trinity Kitchen, as Land Securities’ award-winning food concept celebrates its one year anniversary.
Wafflemeister plans a further 10-15 sites over the next 12 months
220 shopping centre stores at risk as last network partner pulls the plug
JLL win retail agency instruction for Le Pain Quotidien expansion
Savills has been appointed by The Works to advise on new acquisitions within the M25
With the upcoming school holidays, bookings for children’s rides and attractions have increased. Promotions for energy related products and services have also been prevalent. Experiential activity for holiday related promotions has been popular as has sampling activity for both alcohol brands and food products new to the UK market.
The latest Retail Sales Monitor from the BRC and KPMG shows UK retail sales were down 0.8 per cent on a like-for-like basis from June 2013, when they had increased 1.4 per cent on the preceding year. On a total basis, sales were up 0.6 per cent, against a 2.9 per cent rise in June 2013.
New sensor technology at Britain’s biggest and busiest stations has revealed they are becoming retail and leisure destinations in their own right as tens of millions of people a year are visiting them to shop, eat and drink, in addition to those who travel by rail.
UK consumers are spending more than ever on eating out, and a tailored food & beverage offer is key to driving footfall and dwell times in shopping centres.
The £90m Old Market shopping centre in Hereford - the only significant retail development this year - has opened 96 per cent let or under offer.
UK retail sales were down 1.7 per cent on a like-for-like basis from March 2013, when they had increased 1.9 per cent on the preceding year. On a total basis, sales were down 0.3 per cent, against a 3.7 per cent increase in March 2013.
New style restaurants exploit the nation’s change in eating habits, finds BCSC research
Middle Eastern retailer plans to open 15 UK stores over three to five years, starting with a London flagship
Markets could hold the key to restoring the fortunes of struggling shopping centres, ROI Team’s annual Futurescoping event heard earlier this month.
A new study by research consultant Latimer Appleby has qualified some of the key behaviours of UK shoppers.
Variety stores and grocers dominate the ex-Woolworths estate – while only a fraction remain empty.
UK expected to see best retail growth in six years as economy shows signs of recovery
N Brown Group signals growth strategy for its Simply Be and Jacamo brands
Ed’s Easy Diner is to open its first restaurant in Liverpool in March 2014
Land Securities is investing £7m to triple the size of the food court at White Rose in Leeds.
Bicester Village has retained its ranking as Europe’s most productive outlet scheme