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European Retail Guide of Shopping Centres

发布时间:2012-03-23 作者: 出自:

The European economy is still struggling. The ongoing sovereign debt crisis has
brought about strict austerity measures, low wage growth and rising unemployment
across most of Europe. This is feeding through to lower confidence levels for both
consumers and retailers, which in turn is impacting on overall spending levels.
»»Despite a weakening outlook, demand for shopping centre space is holding up,
particularly in prime schemes where opportunities remain for retailers wanting
to expand. Secondary centres, on the other hand, are bearing the brunt of
the downturn, with falling demand and increasing vacancy. This is reinforcing
polarisation in many markets.
»»Shopping centre development and supply per capita vary greatly by country and
city. Compared to the European average of 382 sq m, Stockholm has the largest
stock per inhabitant in Europe, whilst Vilnius has the lowest. The lack of shopping
centre development in some markets can be due to a cultural preference for other
retail formats (i.e. Vilnius) or to difficulties in obtaining government permits (i.e.
Brussels, Milan).
»»As a result of the economic slowdown, development activity is declining and the
number of openings is expected to be below average in the coming years. The
most dramatic increases in modern shopping centre space will take place in the
less developed CEE cities and Istanbul, where the relative undersupply of space is
being addressed. Whilst in more mature markets, the focus will be on extensions,
upgrades and regenerations rather than on new developments (i.e. Copenhagen,
Prague).
»»Our new European retail guide on shopping centres assesses the socio-economic
dynamics, as well as the strength of current shopping centre provision across 40
cities in order to form a view on future growth prospects both for existing schemes,
as well as potential new developments.
»»We have identified the future hotspots as being those cities which offer strong
economic growth and which are currently undersupplied in shopping centre stock.
These include Vilnius, London, Hamburg, Birmingham and Manchester.

 

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