Hannah Dwyer: How real estate can adapt to retailers’ needs

Between online shopping, environmental issues and a tough rental market, the retail sector is going through a time of unprecedented change — but some of these challenges can be turned into opportunities

15th March, 2020
Hannah Dwyer: How real estate can adapt to retailers’ needs
Consumers wanting goods anytime and anywhere, are changing the retail landscape. Picture: Getty

As a sector, retail has been faced with a number of challenges in the last few years. But looking to the year ahead, can some of these challenges create opportunities for retailers and landlords?

Here are three key themes that I expect to resonate in 2020, and what I think their impact on the real estate market will be.

Clicks and bricks impact on supply chains

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