Tagged: Institute of Place Management

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Shopping Districts and Centres, Markets, Neighbourhoods, Public Squares, and Urban Gardens: Reflecting Upon Place Management Practice in Berlin

  New publication for the members of the Institute of Place Management: ‘Shopping Districts and Centres, Markets, Neighbourhoods, Public Squares, and Urban Gardens: Reflecting Upon Place Management Practice in Berlin’ published in the Journal...

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Editorial in the Journal of Place Management and Development for Dominic Medway and Cathy Parker

Editorial: The Experts are Dead: Long Live the Experts Medway, D. and Parker, C.   Journal of Place Management and Development ISSN: 17538335 DOI: 10.1108/JPMD-09-2016-0061 Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Ltd For further details please...

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New Publication for Gary Warnaby and Dominic Medway

  Congratulations to Professors Gary Warnaby and Dominic Medway on their new publication ‘Marketplace Icons: Shopping Malls’ due to appear in Consumption Markets and Culture.   Abstract This article considers shopping malls as marketplace...

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Well Done Professor Cathy Parker

Well Done to Professor Cathy Parker on becoming a member on the Research Working Group for the Government’s Future Streets.    

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Research: Internet Shopping Has Little Impact on Town Centre Retail

  The INTERNET is not killing the high street and is affected more by poor decisions from councils, retailers and the retail property industry. In the first study of its kind, conducted by Manchester...

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INSTITUTE OF PLACE MANAGEMENT IPM@MMU RESEARCH SEMINAR – 11th December 2015

  Institute of Place Management IPM@MMU Research Seminar Manchester Metropolitan University Business School,  11th December, 11-1 Sandwiches and mince pies from 1pm ROOM 5.02 Seminar and discussion. Free to attend for MMU Staff and PhD...

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Institute of Place Management – Knowledge Partnering for Place and Community Development – 27th October 2015

Dr Robyn Eversole, FIPM Manchester Metropolitan University, New Business School, 27th October, 4.30pm for 5.00pm start (6.00 pm finish) Seminar and discussion. Free to attend. Our cities are becoming both richer and poorer. Income,...