The Great Retail Debate - Is your Retail Intelligence "Bullish" or " Bearish"?
The retail debate was held at BAFTA in London on the 29 April 2009.
Over 100 retail and investor clients opened the debate by voting on some of the key issues in the retail property sector. Speakers from Jones Lang LaSalle delivered their opinion, Bullish or Bearish, from an Economic, Finance, Retailer and Investor perspective before the results of the vote were revealed.
73% believed that turnover rents would fundamentally change the way we value retail property
64% felt the recession would prompt consumers to boost savings at the expense of retail spending
31% believed we would see a sustainable upturn in capital values before June 2010
To hear the commentary from the retail property seminar, click to view the video footage to the right.
Click on the questions below to view the debate video clips
Will turnover rents fundamentally change the way we value a retail property?
Will this recession prompt consumers to boost savings at the expense of retail spending?
Will we see a sustainable upturn in capital values before 2010?
For further information contact Guy Grainger, Robin Coady, Tony Edgley and Paul Guest directly.
The Retail Seminar is part of a series of events taking place in different locations around the UK throughout the year. At these seminars we draw on the work of our industry leading research team and the market knowledge of our business practitioners and invite other participants from the relevant markets. To view the full list of upcoming events please click on the link below:
UK Research Seminar Programme 2009