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Impact of Township Shopping Centres

Market Research Findings and Recommendations

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01 July 2010


Township Studies Librarian Two


Township Studies Group


DEMACON Market Studies was appointed by Urban Landmark to undertake quantified research on the nature and impact of shopping centre developments in South Africa‟s second economy‟ markets (i.e. township areas).


The overall goal of this study was to provide a quantified, comprehensive, insightful and in-depth analysis of the complex dynamics and intricate realities that influence the development and functioning of second economy shopping centres – from both the demand and supply side. The process was centred on quantitative research and qualitative knowledge sharing of industry best and worst practices, critical success factors, and fatal flaws.


Abstract based directly on the original source


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Built environment

Human settlements


Shopping Centres

South Africa

Township Studies Group

Township economies


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