A half-day seminar held on Wednesday 13 July 2016 in London, hosted by Berwin Leighton Paisner which aimed to address a number of key policy and development issues that are critical to the futures of our retail centres as places:
- How can we stimulate renewal of and investment in our retail centres?
- What innovative approaches are being taken?
- How can retail centres re-engage with the internet shopper?
- What are the challenges of an increased diversification of retail centre uses?
- What can we do with empty retail space?
Presentations from the day are available to download in pdf format:
- The Planning Implications of Internet Shopping Jonathan Reynolds, Academic Director, Oxford Institute of Retail Management, Said Business School, University of Oxford
Also see the article in Geoforum (Volume 69, February 2016, Pages 5–18) Measuring the spatial vulnerability of retail centres to online
consumption through a framework of e-resilience A.D. Singleton, L. Dolega, D. Riddlesden , P.A. Longley http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoforum.2015.11.013
- Town Centre & Retail Futures? Steven Norris, Head of Retail and Town Centre Consultancy & Development, Carter Jonas
- Space – What Do We Do With It? John Percy, Head of Retail Development Consultancy, Cushman & Wakefield
- Recent Retail Decisions and the Implications for the Retail Sector Vicky Fowler, Partner, Berwin Leighton Paisner
Click here to see the original information and booking form for the day.