g11 - 2) Regional Shopping centres Case study MERRY HILL Vs...

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Changes in the CBD
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Today’s Objectives What CBD’s used to be like and why shops located there. The problems for British town centres Why out of town shopping centres grew and their problems. How have town centres fought back….
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Why have shops traditionally located in town centres?
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1)They had most people living and working there so more potential shoppers – threshold population… 2) Comparison good shops benefit from being close to each other. 3) Town centres traditionally the most accessible place 4) Fairly small scale businesses
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The problems for British town centres
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Task Read page 58 from Waugh and note some of the problems faced by traditional town CBD’s.
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Why out of town shopping centres grew and their problems.
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Cheap land More space for building and car parking Better transport opportunity Most population in the suburb, so it makes sense for shops to be there…. Backed by planners and had financial backing
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Result 1) Retail parks……
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Unformatted text preview: 2) Regional Shopping centres Case study MERRY HILL Vs DUDLY HIGH STREET Benefits of out of town Cheaper Safe Employment (4000) 25 million shoppers Easier to shop shops are close together Wheelchair access High street was in decline anyway Shelter from weather Lots of entertainment Disadvantages of out of town Taken all of Dudley High Street trade (loss of 70%). Shops close down. Smaller businesses cant move and so decline Not all have cars and therefore find it difficult to get there. Any shops left in the high street sell cheap and poor quality goods. How have town centres fought back. Build in town shopping centres. Eg Queensgate Centre, Peterborough Pedestrianised zones CCTV for safer environment More relaxing atmosphere Introducing new spet shops and services. Farmers markets, cafes etc....
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