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Commercial Property Buyers – Afraid?

Commercial property buyers have a very good reason to be afraid – after all if your business was to buy and own commercial property where you are relying on your tenants, some of who are retailers, to survive in these difficult times and pay you rent, wouldn’t you be? Over the past 6 weeks, we […]

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An Estimated 30,000 Jobs to Go on the High Street in 2013

In the wake of the Jessop’s collapse, experts predict 30,000 jobs could go on the High Street with potentially 45 retailers with 3,500 stores facing closure in 2013. Experts have blamed poor consumer spending together with the banks refusal to extend retailers overdrafts and credit facilities as a contributing factor. The typical UK High Street […]

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Hit by Internet Shopping and Recession – The Business’s That Just Couldn’t Cope

Blockbuster UK adds its name to the long list of household names that have entered administration in recent years as struggling families cut down on spending. The number of High Street chains going bust has increased by almost a fifth in two years, figures released last week showed. Some 194 stores and chains fell into […]

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Blockbuster Go Out With a Bang – Commercial Property Consequences

DVD and video games rental chain Blockbuster UK has collapsed into administration, putting more than 4,000 jobs at risk and causing  panic amongst those who own commercial property let to this chain. The entertainment retailer became the third major High Street casualty of 2013 after falling demand and online price wars saw photography retailer Jessops […]

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