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UK Retail in the Regions 2009: East Midlands Product Image

UK Retail in the Regions 2009: East Midlands

  • ID: 1095753
  • November 2009
  • Region: United Kingdom, Great Britain
  • 20 pages
  • Verdict Research Limited

Introduction

<paragraph>Verdict's new retail in the regions series utilises data from the Local Data Company to profile 712 retail locations across the UK, as well as giving overviews of the comparative performance of the major regions. The 11 briefs cover East Midlands, Eastern England, London, North East England, North West England, Scotland, South East England, South West England, Wales, West Midlands and Yorkshire</paragraph>

Scope

<li>Number of units, shops and gross floorspaces of all town centres</li><li>Vacancy rates for 2008 and 2009 by units and floorspace and degree of floorspace churn for all towns</li><li>Proportion of multiple retailers in a town and ratio of comparison, convenience, leisure and service retailers in a town</li><li>Each brief comes with accompanying excel databook</li>

Highlights

<paragraph>The north-east is the poorest performing region in UK retail , with vacancy rates of 9.7%. Average weekly expenditure per person is far lower than any other region and unemployment is the highest in the UK.</paragraph>

<paragraph>London dominates the READ MORE >

INTRODUCTION 1
Summary 1
NATIONAL CONTEXT 2
Region - overall ranking 2
REGIONAL CONTEXT 12
New developments 15
East Midlands data 16
GB SUMMARY 20
List of Tables
Table 1: East Midlands UK ranking 2009 2
Table 2: East Midlands new developments at October 2009 15
Table 3: East Midlands key statistics 2009 16
Table 4: 1-15 of East Midlands top retail centres 2009 17
Table 5: 16-30 of East Midlands top retail centres 2009 18
Table 6: 30-42 of East Midlands top retail centres 2009 19
List of Figures
Figure 1: Average weekly expenditure per person 2007 3
Figure 2: Population of each region 2007 4
Figure 3: Unemployment rate % 2008 5
Figure 4: Percentage of shop units vacant 2009 6
Figure 5: Percentage of floorspace vacant 2009 7
Figure 6: Increase in vacancies (percentage point change) 2009 on 2008 8
Figure 7: Major retail centres per region 2009 9
Figure 8: Sq ft of retail space per person 2009 10
Figure 9: Gross floorspace (m sq ft) 2009 11
Figure 10: Top 10 towns by floorspace 2009 12
Figure 11: 10 towns with highest vacancy rates 2009 13
Figure 12: 10 biggest increases in vacancy rates by town 2009 on 2008 14
Figure 13: GB regional overview - leaders by retail variables 2009 20

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