Multiyork

06 May 19
THE DUMBARTON DEMOCRAT

By Sarah Butler in The Guardian The number of shops lying empty soared by more than 7,500 last year, according to new data that lays bare the crisis on the high street. A rapid rise in the number of barbers, beauty salons, vaping stores, cafes and restaurants or bars was offset by the closure of […]

03 May 19
News Archives Uk

Shopping center landlord Intu has warned this year that rental income will fall more sharply as retailers struggle with closing deals faster than expected. The Trafford Center owner said Brexit's uncertainties also impacted leasing demand and would suffer from a further increase in Voluntary Business Agreements (CVA) – a bankruptcy proceeding that closed down badly […]

02 May 19
Archy Worldys

The number of empty stores rose by more than 7,500 last year. New data confirm the crisis on the main road. The number of hairdressers, beauty salons, steam-rooms, cafes, restaurants or bars has grown rapidly with the closure of hundreds of banks, pubs, estate agents and fashion stores. The analysis of the UK's top 650 […]

02 May 19
News Archives Uk

The number of empty stores rose by more than 7,500 last year. New data confirm the crisis on the main road. The number of hairdressers, beauty salons, steam-rooms, cafes, restaurants or bars has grown rapidly with the closure of hundreds of banks, pubs, estate agents and fashion stores. The analysis of the UK's top 650 […]

02 May 19
Nouvelles Du Monde

Le nombre de magasins vides vides a grimpé de plus de 7 500 l'année dernière, selon de nouvelles données révélant la crise qui sévit dans la rue. La fermeture de centaines de banques, pubs, agences immobilières et magasins de mode a contrebalancé l’augmentation rapide du nombre de coiffeurs, salons de beauté, magasins de vapotage, cafés […]

13 Feb 19
Twickerati

In these times of division and uncertainty there’s no better way of cheering up the Twickerati (that’s you, btw) than by listing out all the places that have closed down in Twickenham recently. Hurrah! Or rather ‘not hurrah’. There do seem to be quite a few of them. But we’re not just here for the depressing […]

23 Dec 18
Twickerati

It’s beginning to sound a lot like Bublé, everywhere you go. Yes folks, Christmas is upon us once again.  It shouldn’t really be a surprise, it’s been going on for a good few years now.  It also means it’s nearly the end of 2018 although to be fair, this is the first time that particular […]

11 Dec 18
Municipal Dreams

In the 1960s, Thetford was the fastest growing town in the country; almost two thirds of incomers came from London and a further 15 percent from the wider south-east. (1)  Some even called it ‘the London Borough of Thetford’.  By any standards, this was a seismic shift.  The last post examined the nuts and bolts […]

04 Oct 18
News Archives Uk

The chief executive of the bailed-out Royal Bank of Scotland has a no-deal deal. Brexit could tip the UK into a recession. Ross McEwan said a "bad Brexit" could result in negative growth in Britain and that RBS had become more cautious about lending to some sectors, including retail. "We are assuming 1-1.5% growth for […]

04 Oct 18
Arcynewsy

The managing director of the Royal Bank of Scotland, in a state of rescue, warned that a Brexit without agreements could lead the UK into a recession. Ross McEwan said that a "bad Brexit" could lead to negative growth in Britain and that RBS has become more cautious about lending to certain sectors, including retail. […]

31 Aug 18
Arcynewsy

Consumers reject the no-deal fears and the unceasing noise of the Brexit, while confidence resumes in August The GfK consumer confidence index skips three points at -7 in August It comes despite the significant concern and uncertainty surrounding Brexit The main buying index rose by 8 points: good news for big ticket retailers Of Emily […]

28 Aug 18
News Archives Uk

Sports Direct has hammered out negotiations with House of Fraser homeowners, warning that "greedy landlords" are to blame if hundreds of retail outlets are lost as a result of imminent closures. The sportswear retailer, which is controlled by Mike Ashley, snatched up the affected department store chain for £ 90m earlier this month, but it's […]