British food retailer Iceland has appointed law firm Gordons to support its ongoing growth strategy. By the end of the financial year, Iceland aims to have opened up to 40 more new stores in the UK, created up to 1,250
Stephanie Bagshaw, real estate associate at Retail Times’ resident business law firm DWF, looks at how landlords can improve conditions for businesses and coax shoppers and their wallets back to the high street Following the announcement in October 2012 the
Law firm Olswang reports its property team has been busy buying and selling shopping centres in cities across the north of England and has invested nearly half a billion pounds on behalf of its clients in the last 12 months.
Carl Dyer, retail partner at law firm Thomas Eggar, claims attacking the growth of bookmakers and betting shops on UK high streets is shortsighted in the current economic climate This week’s prediction by the Local Data Company high street vacancies
Hamish Forbes, assistant in the real estate team at national law firm Dundas & Wilson, advises retailers on crowd control in the holiday shopping season The post-Christmas sales rush sees thousands of bargain hunters hit the shops. From a commercial