The June 2012 Shopping Centres and Retail parks report assesses
shoppers' use of two key types of retail destination, shopping
centres and retail parks, and considers the state of demand for
space on these types of locations.
Development opportunities for retailers, property owners and
managers are identified through analysis of consumer research into
usage, patterns of spend, attitudes, expectations and include an
assessment of the potential for increased representation on retail
parks by specific retailers.
The questions asked covered the following topics:
- Types of shopping centres visited in the last six months
- Reasons for not using shopping centres
- Types of shop that non-shopping centre users would like in
their local area
- Frequency of use of shopping centres
- Amount spent in shopping centres
- Distance travelled to shopping centres
- Products bought in shopping centres
- Reasons for using shopping centres
- Use of retail parks
- Reasons for not using retail parks
- Amount spent at retail parks
- Products bought at retail parks
- Distance travelled to retail parks
- Reasons for using retail parks
- Stores visited at retail parks
- Stores would like to see at retail parks
- Attitudes towards 'click and collect'.
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