With some of the finest minds in retail consultancy, access to extensive information and a culture of continuous development, FSP creates bespoke systems and solutions which visualise scenarios and provide solutions, in retail property, shopping centre and outlet centre consultancy, whether for pre-acquisition, tenant mix, leasing support or location strategy

FSP’s powerful, robust systems support the consultancy work and are the backbone to customer focused solutions such as SnapShop and STAR.

Innovative tools to support and enhance our consultancy include:


FSP has the most comprehensive retailer database in the industry.  A selection of this information is available through SnapShop for FSP key clients and shopping centre managers using STAR


STAR (Sales Trend Analysis and Reporting) is built on the back of FSP’s market leading retailer database and provides clients with the performance information needed to manage retailers proactively, enabling them to become sector leaders in tenant relationship and sales reporting.


FSP responded to the challenge of achieving an appropriate mix of clothing and footwear retailers in a centre, or planning locations to tap into the right customer profile, by developing its bespoke fashion segmentation method, FISH


Recognising that evidence was light on the polarisation of the F&B market in the UK, FSP supported consultant Harri Jaaskelainen through is research and MBA Dissertation on the subject, with the outcome leading to the creation of our bespoke F&B segmentation tool MENU


SnapShop Plus allows FSP clients to keep track of their engagement with their own clients; retailers.  Using the retail database behind SnapShop, all the information about retailers is already there, for clients to add their contacts, meetings and notes.  Web-based and secured by unique login and the SnanShop SSL certificate, this is an essential tool for any asset management team to have a central record of who has spoken to whom about what


Retail catchments are continuously changing. To provide a bespoke solution which meets this challenge head-on, FSP has worked with the experts at CASA (Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis), part of University College, London, to create FSP’s new IMPACT gravity model.


Using Google technology, FSP plots and categorises all Outlet Centres in Europe, giving insight for development and investment potential.


Data EnLivenment and Visualisation (DELV) is a graphical and mapping interface which allows greater insight into client catchment and centre research


FSP has combined its unrivalled expertise of locations, brands and catchments to develop a Site Profiling Service for the European Outlet Centre Industry. This service provides cost effective location analysis and benchmarking information for investors, operators and occupiers and is specifically designed to assist with acquisitions, development, management and location strategy.

For more information email FSP or call 01494 474740


  • FSP has helped us to identify the core customer at our retail park assets and also provided targeted research support during on-going leasing discussions

    Paul Chester|Senior Asset Manager, Legal & General Investment Management

  • FSP information and face-to-face presentations have been instrumental in getting retailers to consider schemes which they would not otherwise have done and this has been successfully converted into lettings which would not have happened in a number of instances.

    Roger Fulford|Director, Munroe K

  • FSP provides a commercial 'reality check' of 'demand' based on actual market analysis and the socio-economic composition of the catchment which then needs to be considered alongside 'theoretical' capacity figures. This provides an added dimension when considering and understanding development proposals and one that tends to be overlooked by many planning and property professionals

    Adrian Swift|Chief Planning Office, Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

  • We have worked closely with FSP to understand the scale and nature of the opportunity to make better use of available space at Leeds Beckett University. FSP carried out a programme of research and consultancy which involved talking in detail with staff, students and members of the public, via a series of focus groups and surveys, following which they quantified the opportunity and presented recommendations for food and beverage as well as other retail uses. The University is now in the process of implementing these recommendations and will be continuing to work with FSP through this next stage of development. We have found their attention to detail, analytical skills and creative solutions exactly what we needed to help take this project forward.

    Kate Davis|Head of Business Development, Leeds Beckett University

  • FSP has very helpfully set out the trading risks and opportunities in this investment opportunity.

    Krysto Nicolic|Senior Associate, Ares Property Partners

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