Shopping centres are tops for reducing vacancy

September 2014
DIY Week;9/19/2014, Issue 5763, p2
The article focuses on the findings of a new vacancy rate research conducted by the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and the Local Data Co. (LDC) which shows that shopping centres are filling empty shops faster than town centres.


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