Shopping Centre
Stopping the secondary spiral

Managers must act to prevent a downward spiral in service standards in secondary centres, writes Sam Olsen.

Green light for better parking

Parking technology has moved on considerably in recent years, as has the desire of landlords to make their car parks as inviting and efficient as possible.

An Irish Story

Ireland and Irish shopping centres have undergone remarkable times in the last 20 years and never more so than recently, writes Sean Kelly.

Caught on camera

A new personal video camera provides added protection for lone workers.

High visibility

When Jon Brewer damaged his car after driving into a hidden kerb in a car park, he set out to make protection from low walls, barriers, kerbs, bollards and other vehicles commercially viable. 

Wagamama on the expansion trail

The pan-Asian noodle bar chain has received a new injection of capital and it is planning to step up its store acquisition programme.

Twenty years on - Bluewater

Hailed as Europe’s largest and most innovative retail and leisure destination, Lend Lease’s 1.6m sq ft Bluewater opened on March 16 1999.