Next door to the Olympic Park in Stratford, East London, Europe’s largest urban shopping centre is rapidly taking shape at the 2 million-sq ft Westfield Stratford City
Working at height doesn’t just mean reaching the top of a lofty atrium: just changing a lightbulb or cleaning a ceiling can present a hazard. So what options for available to shopping centres looking to fulfil their health & safety obligations?
The modern access platform is a wonderful invention, but not all are fine-tuned to the intricacies of working in the modern shopping centre, writes Steve Hadfield
Over 20 volunteers from the retailers and management at Rushmere shopping centre in Craigavon have headed off to Uganda as part of the centre’s successful Uganda Schools Project.
Until the internal combustion engine is superceded, car parking is not going to be agreen activity. But there’s plenty that can be done to reduce the carbon footprint of a typical car park
Vinci Park is looking to bring a fresh approach, based on its international experience, to the UK parking scene
Disabled spaces are a challenge for car park operators everywhere, and new research suggests legislation is forcing them to provide too many spaces
The typically shady and inhospitable environment of underground car parks has been radically transformed in Brighton, where the 350-space ‘The Lanes’ facility has received a welcoming and flawless finish thanks to the Sikafloor System
The nature of shopping centre foodservice is changing, and thecentre:mk is the latest centre to upgrade its catering offer with Destination Dining, a new £10m restaurant quarter completing the centre’s refurbishment
Shopping Centre’s annual survey of centre managers’ attitudes and expectations reveals an industry that is still under unprecendented pressure
Coverpoint’s Jonathan Doughty serves up his regular shopping centre foodservice review. This month he visits The Real Greek at Westfield London
Rent reviews are still the biggest stumbling block to better landlord-tenant relations, a recent BPF conference found
Building product and tool retailer Toolstation is growing fast with 24 deals in the pipeline.
Multi Development and Aviva Investors have signed four new restaurant brands at SouthGate Bath. Jimmy Spices, PizzaExpress, Caffe Nero, and Cake Café are all due to open over the coming months.
UK retail sales values rose 0.8 per cent on a like-for-like basis from May 2009, when sales had fallen 0.8 per cent. On a total basis, sales were up 3.0 per cent against a 0.8 per cent increase in May 2009.
Over 1,000 women are celebrating a successful 9km walk around the city centre of Liverpool in aid of the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.
Happy shopper Rachel Ozers got more than she bargained for when she visited Morpeth’s Sanderson Arcade with her Mum during a weekend trip home from London.