Monthly Archives: September 2014

Hub capped

A recurring theme at the Thames Valley Property Forum in September was the need for a collaboration hub in Reading. It’s a difficult concept. There was much talk of somewhere to share ideas. But how can you be a hub … Continue reading

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Empty units 4 us

It’s customers may be caused some alarm by the closure of Phones 4u but for those interested in the vibrancy of their high street, its demise may not be such a bad thing. For a shop to take two units … Continue reading

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Betting on letting

It’s now just a few months until work starts on Station Hill while at the same time permission has just been granted for the new look Thames Tower (seen in the distance in photo). All around the station new and … Continue reading

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Supermarket wars

The new Aldi, due to open in just over a year’s time next to Morrisons will present fascinating competition. The two stores are fairly direct competitors¬† at the value end. But Aldi is a very different operator with small numbers … Continue reading

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