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Case
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Reference no. 191-005-1
Authors: G Llewellyn (University of Westminster)
Published in: 1991

Abstract

Traders, residents and local government face decisions over the future of their shopping centre. Changes in retail distribution and in society are eroding its traditional role as a local centre for day-to-day shopping. Where does its future lie? In trying to compete with superstores? Different shareholders will have very different views.
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Industry:
Size:
Small
Other setting(s):
1991

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Abstract

Traders, residents and local government face decisions over the future of their shopping centre. Changes in retail distribution and in society are eroding its traditional role as a local centre for day-to-day shopping. Where does its future lie? In trying to compete with superstores? Different shareholders will have very different views.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
Small
Other setting(s):
1991

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