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An Overview Of The Mary Portas Review - Summary

Samuel Thompson | Friday, February 10, 2012

For anyone searching for a quick reference guide to The Portas Review this post has links to a short 6 part overview (from this blog), as well as a few suggestions for further reading.  // keep reading...

An Overview Of The Mary Portas Review - Reviewing The Review

Samuel Thompson | Thursday, February 09, 2012

Mary Portas Portrait —( ‘Magnify’, with thanks to catd_mitchell )— On the whole, I'm in agreement with most of the findings and recommendations of the report. The very fact that it was published, involved serious research and turned the spotlight on the plight of the high street is brilliant. That said, I've a couple of bones to pick and thoughts to add.  // keep reading...

An Overview Of The Mary Portas Review - The Recommendations

Samuel Thompson | Wednesday, February 08, 2012

We’re now on to part 5 of this overview, where I’ll be summarising the recommendations suggested by the Portas Review. If you’ve missed the previous posts you can find the first one here.  // keep reading...

An Overview Of The Mary Portas Review - Legislation and Landlords

Samuel Thompson | Saturday, February 04, 2012

Closed Shop —( ‘Closed’, with thanks to chrisinplymouth )— This is the fourth part of my summary of the Portas Review. Here we’ll look at the legal issues and property complications mentioned in the report and how they affect the high street. If you’ve missed the other sections of this overview you can find the first post here.  // keep reading...

An Overview Of The Mary Portas Review - Sizing Up The Competition

Samuel Thompson | Monday, January 30, 2012

Chess —( ‘Chess’, with thanks to whodeenee )— This is the third part of my overview of The Portas Review. The first post regarding the report provided an introduction and the second post looked at the value of the highstreet and the issues and opportunities faced by business owners. This post takes a look at the the high street's principal sources of competition.  // keep reading...