Repositioning the High Street Dr Steve Millington Prof Cathy Parker [email protected] Presentation Structure. Introduction Repositioning Collecting data Conclusions examples. Source: http ://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/images/49738000/jpg/_49738810_3368412.jpg.
Anticipating and adapting to change
But how does a place reposition itself?
What are the practical steps it can take?repositioning
Academic/policy view on strategic repositioning not reflected by the type of data collected on high streets in practicemismatch
Number of local authorities surveyed by NRPF who thought demographic information should be collected as part of any ‘health check’1 in 18
The guidance recommends you do this, but provides little direction on how: therefore;Sustainable high streets need to gather own data
Not worth it direction on how: therefore;!
Get on with it!
Live with it!
Income direction on how: therefore;
EmploymentExample: key catchment stats
Secondary Catchment 5kms
Tertiary Catchment 10-20kms
2008 Small Area Estimates – Income (ONS) direction on how: therefore;
Altrincham direction on how: therefore;
Useful links direction on how: therefore;
Help and training as part of the project
Workshops through IPM Masterclass in Place IntelligenceCalls to action