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Retail Impact Assessment : A Guide to Best Practice - John England

Retail Impact Assessment

A Guide to Best Practice

Hardcover Published: 19th October 2000
ISBN: 9780415216661
Number Of Pages: 240

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The rapid advances in retailing during the latter part of the 2oth century have led to pressures for new forms of shopping development and conflicts with established planning policy on the location of new stores and centres. In response to these pressures, various methods have been devised to assess the potential impact of new retail developments on existing centres. This book reviews the methodology and emphasises a recommended best practice approach to the application of retail impact assessment.
The book shows why and how the current approaches to retail impact assessment need to be improved. It includes examples from all the major retail sectors, for example foodstores, retail warehouses, factory outlet centres and regional shopping centres.

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"The usefulness of "Retail Impact Assessment is threefold. First, it provides a handbook for those involved in impact studies. By explaining previous methodologies and presenting, in detail, a proposed extension to existing approaches, it enables planners, retailers, and their consultants to understand and undertake retail assessment exercises. Second, the book provides students with an easily accessible summary and review of approaches to planning policy for large stores in the U.K. Finally, the book provides a stimulus for further research. The weaknesses of the process of gaining permission for new stores are all too obvious, and research is needed on improving the techniques for measuring the dynamics of spatial competition in retailing. England's book implicitly makes the case for a major research effort into better understanding of the processes and dynamics of retail competition.." -"The Professional Geographer "This book is a best-practice guide to assessment of retail impact.." -Choice, September 2001 "Trying to show why and how current approaches to assessing retail impact needs to be improved, the author offers examples from all retail sectors, including warehouses, outlet centers, and regional shopping centers." -Business Horizons May-June 2002

Introduction
Background
Policy Context
The Conventional Methodology of Retail Impact Assessment
A Framework for Retail Impact Assessment
Qualitative Factors
Evidence of Retail Impact
Retail Impact Assessment in the Planning Process
Experience in Europe and North America
The Application of Best Practice
Conclusions
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ISBN: 9780415216661
ISBN-10: 0415216664
Series: Routledge/Rics Issues in Real Estate & Housing Series
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 19th October 2000
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.51
Edition Number: 1

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