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  • Analysis of Bluewater Shopping Centre

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    1, Bluewater Shopping Centre, based in Greenhithe, Kent, is used by many people on a daily basis to get their everyday needs and presents for their loved ones. It is 150,000m2 containing 330 UK and international brands and 50 restaurants and bars. It also has 13,000 parking spaces surrounding it with 20 hectares of parkland and 7 lakes, so is not like any other shopping centre in England. (Bluewater, 2008) Below; (BBC/Lion TV, Telegraph, 2012) 2, The idea of Bluewater was developed in 1994 when

  • Park Meadows Shopping Centre

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    1.0 Executive Summary Park Meadows Shopping Centre will be transformed into a world-class shopping destination with a $100 million redevelopment that commences in January 2016. This investment will create the largest shopping centre in Queensland and the fourth largest in Australia. On completion, the new development will include:  A full-line David Jones to join our current full-line Myer.  A new and relocated Target, Big W and Kmart.  A new fresh food marketplace anchored by a new and relocated

  • Presentation On Shopping Centre Design Essay

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    PRESENTATION ON SHOPPING CENTRE DESIGN Introduction The main aim of this presentation is to provide an analysis of the importance of professionalism in shopping centre and theme park design with particular regard to the East African region and a discussion of the major current design issues in shopping centre design. This presentation also aims to assist the various industry players in gaining an understanding of the industry perspective so that they are fully informed of the relevant issues in

  • Analysis Of Brent Cross Shopping Centre Essay

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    This report looks into River Island store visit in Brent Cross Shopping Centre on 15th of November 2016. With over 60 years of experience River Island is well-know brand on the High Street fashion, which offers stylish and affordable fashion items for its customer. It has over 350 stores across the UK, Ireland and internationally throughout Asia, the Middle East and Europe. (Riverisland.com) The main aim of this report is to overlook stores visual merchandising, layout, customer service and other

  • Working As A Group At The Shopping Centre

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    group and examine and understand a case. Working as a group was a great learning experience. This case involves a shopping centre in “Modbury” suburb of Adelaide, WA and an employee of one of the stores in the shopping centre. Appellant - Proprietor of Modbury Triangle Shopping Centre. Respondent - Tony Paul Anzil, an employee of Focus Video Pty Ltd, a tenant of the shopping centre or the appellant, as a co-manager of the video store. We have tried to make the assignment using the IRAC method in

  • Kati V Eastfield Shopping Centre

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    Kati v Eastfield Shopping Centre Introduction Kati has suffered loss and damages while her vehicle was under the liability of Eastfield Shopping Centre (ESC). After returning from shopping, Kati returned to the valet carpark only to find that her car had been flooded. However, Kati refuses to pay any fees to ESC and is currently seeking legal advice on any actions that she can take. Whether or not Kati can take legal action is dependent on there already being a contract between her and ESC and for

  • Is Kati And Eastfield Shopping Centre Breach The Contract?

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    whether Eastfield shopping Centre breach the contract, whether the exclusionary effective. In addition, the less likely to get damage could argue causation, remoteness and mitigation. Moreover, considering effective of clause on the ticket determines that Kati probably does not need to pay further fee. 1) Is there a contract? To judge whether there is a contract, it is all depends on whether Kati and Eastfield shopping Centre accept offer. Angus is the employee of Eastfield shopping Centre, therefore

  • Quadrant Homes

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    1. Consider the three value disciplines described by Treacy and Wiersema. Create a two by three table in which you name and describe the three value disciplines in the left column. In the right column, describe what Quadrant does to support each one. Below the table, write a few sentences in which you take a position regarding which value discipline best describes Quadrant’s highest priority. Defend your reasoning. The three value disciplines described by Treacy and Wiersema are: |Three Value

  • Critical Analysis of the Clift Village Shopping Centre Project Management Plan

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    Critical analysis of the Clift Village Shopping Centre Project management plan 1/31/2011 Executive Summary This paper has been prepared to critical analyse the project management plan (PMP) of the Clift Project Village shopping centre barrier guard upgrade. The shopping centre multistorey car park was audited by its public liability insurer and they deemed the perimeter barrier fence not compliant to Australia standards and a danger to the public, the fence had to be replaced with a complaint

  • Critical Analysis of the Clift Village Shopping Centre Project Management Plan

    3208 Words  | 13 Pages

    Critical analysis of the Clift Village Shopping Centre Project management plan 1/31/2011 Executive Summary This paper has been prepared to critical analyse the project management plan (PMP) of the Clift Project Village shopping centre barrier guard upgrade. The shopping centre multistorey car park was audited by its public liability insurer and they deemed the perimeter barrier fence not compliant to Australia standards and a danger to the public, the fence had to be replaced with a complaint

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