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It's the Silly Season - Keep Calm and Carry On!

Author: Marketing, 14 July 2017

In the world of silly headlines and exaggerated news stories in what is dubbed 'silly season', keep calm and work with FSP

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Squeezed in the Middle: The struggle is real for mid-market retailers

Author: Olivia Gannon, 16 June 2017

FSP's Olivia Gannon takes a look at the middle-market of fashion retailing, exploring why these retailers are struggling having dominated the market for years.

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New Food Frontiers

Author: Harri Jaaskelainen, 02 June 2017

FSP Consultant Harri Jaaskelainen explores what's new in F&B

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FSP View: Will F&B Remain the Great Retail Saviour?

Author: John Fell, 22 February 2017

Here at FSP, whilst on balance being highly positive about the future for F&B in retail environments, we are cautious about some of the signals that it’s impossible to ignore.

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A festive outlook for retail?

Author: Heidi Roberts, 21 December 2016

The Christmas shopping period got off to a bumpy start, but whatever the outturn, FSP will monitor and report on Christmas Sales in January

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Forty Years of FSP

Author: Ken Gunn, 03 November 2016

FSP is celebrating its 40th anniversary today and we are proud that we provide our services to more clients, in more countries than at any other time in our history

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FSP Leasing Support helps retailers see shopping centre opportunities

Author: Kate Bickerton, 30 September 2016

FSP has seen investors, landlords and asset managers streamlining their focus into strengthening existing assets in order to improve their value at this time of Brexit uncertainty, to ensure resilience of retail schemes going forward

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Has Brexit bred vacancies?

Author: Catherine Fenning, 23 September 2016

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

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Retail Development in our Changing World

Author: Andrew McVicker, 02 September 2016

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.

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The day after - pre-acquisition, post-Brexit

Author: Ken Gunn, 24 June 2016

We recently commented on the Brexit-fuelled uncertainty within the pre-acquisition market and beyond. Despite tight polls, the received consensus among clients and within the City was that we would remain in the EU.

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