Maximising asset income and value is an increasing challenge as consumers become ever more sophisticated and are offered increased choice
In difficult times it is vital to monitor the level of risk to rental income. FSP can provide an assessment of the amount of rent which is 'at risk'
FSP helps to fill available space by preparing and presenting compelling business evidence to retailers
Impact Studies are used to inform decisions to add additional space and to identify the effect of change on the existing retail offer
As a retail property investor, you need to quickly understand a scheme’s true potential prior to acquisition, so that you can value its growth and formulate your management strategy once it belongs in your portfolio.
With ever increasing consumer choice maintaining an effective dialogue with your shoppers is more important than ever.
FSP employs Shopper Surveys to provide a robust base of supporting evidence for strategy development
Nick Gregory|Senior Retail Asset Manager, Redefine International Property Management Limited
Kate Davis|Head of Business Development, Leeds Beckett University
Robert Wood|Fund Manager , Continental European Real Estate
Anne-Sophie Maisonrouge|President, Terranae
Ian Sanderson|Chester Properties
Store closures have accelerated rapidly in recent months. Is Brexit to blame or is there more to this than meets the eye. After all, the overall count of vacant units has declined in the past year
The FSP team is attending the Completely Retail & Leisure Marketplace on Tuesday 27th September, at London’s Old Billingsgate Market.
There are many of us out there, who buy lots of clothes online, in one go, knowing we will return at least one item (taking advantage of the retailer’s free returns policy of course!).
The FSP team is thrilled to be in Manchester at BCSC. It’s a city we know well; we have spent many years working with the Arndale Centre (one of Europe’s largest inner city shopping centres)...
Food & Beverage (F&B) has long been used by physical retail locations as a way of creating an experience and proposition that cannot be replicated online. As such, the growth of the F&B market has been huge
With BCSC only a week away we’re now finalising all the details and schedules for the event and, with the latest developments at FSP making an impact across the industry, we are preparing ourselves for a busy few days
Two months on from the decision to exit the EU, you could be forgiven for thinking that not much has changed; parliamentary recess has meant little progress on what shape Brexit will take or when in fact, Article 50 will be invoked.
Clothing & Footwear (C&F) typically accounts for over 60% of shopping centre floorspace and 70% of rental income. Achieving an appropriate mix of C&F retailers to engage and delight shoppers is clearly central to creating valuable retail assets.
With less than a month to go, the FSP team is, quite literally, setting out its stall for BCSC 2016. The shopping centre environment is evolving every day.
SnapShop is FSP’s online resource for clients, providing an insight into all major UK retailers plus some smaller, regional companies and selected online and specialist businesses.
STAR is built on the back of FSP’s market leading retailer database and provides clients with the performance information needed to manage retailers proactively
Data EnLivenment and Visualisation (DELV), FSP’s data visualisation tool, is the latest research innovation from FSP.
Using Google technology, FSP plots and categorises all Outlet Centres in Europe, giving insight for development and investment potential
FSP’s new Outlet Insight report is a great way of quickly gaining insight and driving best practice across the industry.
IMPACT allows FSP’s clients to visualise the future retail landscape by simulating how proposed changes in retail provision will alter shopping patterns
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