The Future of Shopping Centres 2016

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New from Retail Property Analyst is the latest in our leading-edge series of reports on The Future of Shopping Centres.This report is based not only on up-to-the-minute research but on exclusive retail insight from around the world.

Sponsored by TH Real Estate, copies of this in-depth research, which looks at macro- and micro-trends across the continent, exclusive in-depth interviews with key retail real estate players and extensive coverage of innovative development in this space, is now available priced £295 (+VAT).

This is the only report to specifically focus the trends driven by consumers and retailers and consider their implications for real estate and the impact on investment decisions. Key players have given us their vision for 2020 and where they believe they will be prioritising their investment, acquisition and asset management strategies to create and evolve state-of-the-art shopping destinations.

In this edition our global analysis will explain why the store has become central to retail propositions once again but will also consider exactly where stores and real estate portfolios fit in to an increasingly complex and diverse world and examine the routes forward. It includes an exclusive analysis of how shopping centres will need to change in order to remain relevant, against the backdrop of increasing investment and active asset management of existing malls and retail centres. It also includes extensive research-based analysis from a number of major European retail developers and funds about how they see the future of their assets.

This publication is a must-buy for anyone making retail real estate decisions in Europe who wants to know what is really going on.

Key areas of the report include:

The scenario going forwards, including the evolution of omni-channel retail, consumer behaviour and the growth in leisure and their potential impact on retail real estate strategies on Europe.

An exclusive analysis of how shopping centres will need to change in order to remain relevant, against the backdrop of increasing investment and active asset management of existing malls and retail centres. Research-based analysis from a number of major European retail developers and funds about how they see the future of their approach to their assets. Coverage of innovation and future-led developments from the pages of RPA in 2015.

The Future of Shopping Centres Report (Sample)

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