....But welcome to 21st-century UK retail, where developers are working harder than ever to attract Britons who increasingly view a visit to a shopping centre as a family day out. The £140m Rushden Lakes scheme, set in a 200-acre reserve in Northamptonshire that keen twitchers will know is a designated Ramsar site, is the biggest of its kind to open this year and offers a rare bright spot amid the gloom in retail sector
s as experts warn shopkeepers are experiencing their worst trading conditions in five years. ...
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