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Pint of bitter and a slice of pizza?
It shouldn’t be difficult sticking to a budget for those planning to commission the design and build of a new home, refurbish or extend an existing home. However, few can leave emotions behind and treat work on their own home as a dispassionate and logistical exercise.
High transport and returns costs make selling on-line no cheaper than running a traditional shop said a retailer at ICSC’s European Research Seminar in Copenhagen. Customers also spend four times more in-store than online, according to research, confirming the essential role of shopping centres and high streets in Europe’s economy.
Sales at one of the South West’s biggest antique centres are up over 20%.
During September and October, Gloucester Antique Centre at Gloucester Quays, reported a sales uplift of 26% and 20% month on month.
Rural pubs have to produce something special for it to be worth a trip out of town but The White Horse at Woolstone, between Swindon and Faringdon, has done just that.
The India Shop, one of the UK’s very first fair trade importers of goods and gifts from India, has opened its fourth shop in Newbury, Berkshire.
It’s British sausage week from 31 October to 6th November and The Mill Race pub at Walford on the border of South Herefordshire and The Forest of Dean and Abergavenny butchers H J Edwards, are celebrating one of our most enduring and popular national meals in style.
Annual GDP growth in 2011 across the Baltics is predicted at 3.5% and consumer confidence is rising with one of the region’s major shopping centre owners and operators, Linstow Center Management, reporting uninterrupted turnover growth over the last 14 months in all 6 Baltic properties it manages.
Baltic States reports GDP and consumer confidence growth
An ambitious project to develop Denmark’s largest and second only Outlet Centre has been announced by Danica Pension, the investment arm of Denmark’s largest bank, Danske Bank. The 16,000 sq.m Copenhagen Designer Outlets, designed by award-winning architects Haskoll, is located alongside the well-known City 2 shopping centre on the outskirts of Copenhagen.