Keep redevelopments on target
- 33 acres in South Jordan under consideration for redevelopment. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;04/14/97, Vol. 26 Issue 42, p9
Reports on the proposed creation of a redevelopment district by the Retail Distributors' Association in the South Jordan City in Utah. Use of tax increment to finance the proposed project; Visions of the city for the proliferation of quality retail sales in the area.
- Re-examining the retail hierarchy in Singapore. Loo-Lee Sim; Shi-Ming Yu; Malone-Lee, Lai-Choo // TPR: Town Planning Review;Jan2002, Vol. 73 Issue 1, p63
Singapore's retail hierarchy is similar to the traditional hierarchical retail structure of cities in the United Kingdom. The retail hierarchy consists of downtown/Orchard Road, regional centre, town centre and neighbourhood centre, interspersed with numerous private suburban shopping centres....
- Retail park request. // Cabinet Maker;9/12/2003, Issue 5355, p4
Reports on the plan of the city developers to turn the bus depot into a retail park in Aberdeen, Scotland.
- When Wal-Mart says `Uncle'. Lewis, Sylvia // Planning;Aug94, Vol. 60 Issue 8, p14
Reports on the efforts of some communities in the United States to resist the entry of retailers in an effort to protect existing businesses. Spate of constructions all over the country by retail chains; Reliance of local governments seeking to control commercial development on planning and...
- BEALE ON...SELFRIDGES BIRMINGHAM. Beale, Claire // Campaign;9/19/2003, Issue 38, p25
The article focuses on the redevelopment of Birmingham, England's retail landscape and various advertisement campaigns created to promote the same. It's hard to over-state what, if successful, the new Bullring will do for perceptions of Birmingham, for civic pride and for choice-hungry shoppers....
- COMPOSED COMPLEXITY. Quinn, David // Estates Gazette;10/7/2006, Issue 640, p212
The article focuses on the redevelopment of the Liverpool city center by Grosvenor in England. It was revealed last month that Grosvenor is to set aside between Â£50 million and Â£90 million in its annual accounts to support the development, which will consume directly into profits. In less...
- Consumption, consumerism and urban form: Historical perspectives. Glennie, Paul // Urban Studies (Routledge);May98, Vol. 35 Issue 5/6, p927
Discusses the role of market-led retail and leisure-sector developments on the physical and social spaces of towns. Household contexts for consumption spending; Organizational and geographical changes in marketing; Distinction among historians between modern and postmodern consumptions.
- City-centre Revitalisation: Problems of Fragmentation and Fear in the Evening and Night-time City. Thomas, Colin J.; Bromley, Rosemary D. F. // Urban Studies (Routledge);Jul2000, Vol. 37 Issue 8, p1403
Summary. Over the past 30 years the pre-eminent commercial status of the city centre in the retail system of British cities has been challenged by the competitive impact of retail decentralisation. A contemporaneous decentralisation of office and leisure activities has exacerbated the situation....
- Waiting with bated breath. Neale, Jon // Estates Gazette;5/17/2003, Issue 320, p68
Reports on the speculation of retailers in Bristol, England regarding the demand for the city center retail property market including the Broadmead project. Actions that should be taken to satisfy the expected demand after the reconstruction of the city center; Overview of the redevelopment...