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Future shock or e-hype?: the impact of online shopping on UK retail property

Dixon, T., Marston, A. and Pottinger, G., (2001) Future shock or e-hype?: the impact of online shopping on UK retail property. Project Report. BCSC, London. ISBN 1897958137

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Abstract/Summary

This research examines the impact of ecommerce on sales and rental values and on the future space and ownership/leasing requirements of UK retailers for 2000-2005. The independent study, commissioned by BCSC (and funded by BCSC Educational Trust with support from the RICS Education Trust), included a major postal survey, follow-up interviews, a retail focus group, and shopper survey and case study of Cyberton, a town in the South East of England. The study was conducted by the Research Department of The College of Estate Management between June and December 2000.

Item Type:Report (Project Report)
Divisions:Faculty of Science > School of the Built Environment > Construction Management and Engineering > Transition Pathways to a Low-Carbon Economy
ID Code:35647
Publisher:BCSC

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