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Within the central core area (excluding the shopping centres) the presence of AI retail remained the same at 61% with a decrease of A2 office uses from 19% to 18%. And an increase in the A3 cafe/bar/pub/restaurant uses from 20% to 21%. The decrease in the A2 office uses is a reflection of the national trend with the perfect example of this being the conversion of the old Midland Bank on Victoria Street to accommodate French Connection.

When this is carried out you are allowed to gather the keys, cost of settlement agent perth and move into your new house. The increase within the A3 cafe/bar/pub/restaurant uses has been due to the new openings within the city centre, namely Wok Wok on St Peter's Gate, Shimla Pink's Restaurant on Goosegate, The Skinny Sushi and Salam Thai Restaurant along Carlton Street, Fresco on Chapel Bar and The Hogs head on Pelham Street.

New retailers who have moved into Nottinghwn city centre over the past 6 months include Coast and Pied a Terre along Bridlesmithgate, Vodafone on Albert Street and The Pier, Athena and The Discovery Store in the Victoria Centre. The peripheral retail areas have seen a massive reduction in the number of units vacant and available from 27 to 12, which is a decrease in the availability rate from 16% to 7%. This is due to the letting of 5 new retail units along Derby Road, the continued conversion of shops to housing along Mansfield Road together with the letting of various vacant units.

The core Nottingham area comprises 1,067 units for the purpose of the study and on the whole the report reflects the continued success of retail development within Nottingham City Centre, not only within the main core shopping area but also within the less popular and more peripheral locations. As the centre continues to grow from strength to strength with the increase in variety of pubs/cafes and restaurants and the general retail mix, the suggestion of a recession appears to be being counteracted within the City Centre of Nottingham.

Managed by Edgbaston-based quantity surveyors, Wakemans, the project is set to transform the complex by roofing in the pedestrian areas and provide shoppers with a fully enclosed retail area topped by glass canopies. John Meredith, Wakemans' associate director overseeing the work, said: Work is already well under way and on shedule for completion in October. Throughout the duration of work, trading will continue uninterrupted and we will ensure that full access is maintained at all times so the public can shop as normal. Other plans include creating better access through the centre's Cleveland Street entrances. There will, in addition, be accommodation for barrow retailers in the piazza and a high quality Mall Cafe in Wulfrun Square.

The Wulfrun Centre currently comprises 50 retail units, a principal mall, above-level car parking and ground-floor service areas, which are to be retained. The centre was originally developed in the 1960s, and purchased by London & Cambridge Properties five years ago. The company sees the investment as a motor endorsement for town centre trading, and with the new Metro light rail link nearby, anticipates Wolverhampton will see a flourish of renewed interest in trading activity over the coming years.