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APPENDIX EIGHT

 

EXISTING SHOPPING FLOORSPACE AND PROJECTED REQUIREMENTS 

TABLE S1      EXISTING SHOPPING FLOORSPACE IN BOLSOVER DISTRICT 1987, 1994 AND 1998

Town

Centre

YEAR

TYPE

SALES

NON SALES

TOTAL

No. of Shops

Vacant Shops

 

 

 

    m2

m2

m2

 

 

Bolsover

1987

Conv

790

399

1,189

12

 

 

 

Comp

1,035

871

1,906

21

 

 

 

Total

1,825

1,269

3,094

33

2

 

1994

Conv

2,203

1,270

3,473

14

 

 

 

Comp

1,166

902

2,068

29

 

 

 

Total

3,369

2,172

5,540

43

9

 

1998

Conv

2,474

1,274

3,748

16

 

 

 

Comp

1,307

799

2,106

28

 

 

 

Total

3,781

2,073

5,854

44

8

Clowne

1987

Conv

899

472

1,371

14

 

 

 

Comp

563

164

727

15

 

 

 

Total

1,462

636

2,098

29

5

 

1994

Conv

763

379

1,142

11

 

 

 

Comp

587

233

820

14

 

 

 

Total

1,350

612

1,962

25

10

 

1998

Conv

1,142

410

1,552

7

 

 

 

Comp

627

211

838

17

 

 

 

Total

1,769

621

2,390

24

5

South

1987

Conv

810

957

1,767

14

 

Normanton

 

Comp

1,376

469

1,845

22

 

 

 

Total

2,186

1,427

3,613

36

6

 

1994

Conv

1,305

1,223

2,528

13

 

 

 

Comp

1,488

528

2,016

19

 

 

 

Total

2,793

1,750

4,543

32

14

 

1998

Conv

1,296

1,164

2,460

12

 

 

 

Comp

1,270

438

1,708

17

 

 

 

Total

2,566

1,602

4,168

29

13

Shirebrook

1987

Conv

1,020

1,046

2,066

25

 

 

 

Comp

2,462

1,655

4,117

45

 

 

 

Total

3,482

2,702

6,184

70

7

 

1994

Conv

2,708

1,129

3,837

19

 

 

 

Comp

2,775

1,481

4,256

48

 

 

 

Total

5,483

2,610

8,093

67

19

 

1998

Conv

2,776

1,179

3,955

19

 

 

 

Comp

4,617

1,461

6,078

43

 

 

 

Total

7,393

2,640

10,033

61

18

1) Figures in table are for retail only. CONV = Convenience goods, such as food, newspapers and drink. COMP = Comparison goods, such as clothes and electrical equipment.

2) No service sector figures are included.

3) Figures are rounded up or down due to conversions.

TABLE S2      PROJECTED SHOPPING FLOORSPACE REQUIREMENTS IN THE MAJOR SHOPPING CENTRES

CENTRE

TYPE

1991 (M2)

2001 (M2)

PROJECTED GROWTH (M2)

SOUTH NORMANTON

 CONV    

1,829       

1,900         

     71        

COMP

3,319

4,763

1,444

TOTAL

5,148

6,663

1,515

SHIREBROOK

 CONV    

2,356

2,448

    92

COMP

4,277

6,136

1,859

TOTAL

6,633

8,584

1,951

BOLSOVER

 CONV    

2,275

2,364

     89

COMP

4,130

5,925

1,795

TOTAL

6,405

8,289

1,884

CLOWNE

 CONV    

1,609

1,671

     62

COMP

2,919

4,188

1,269

TOTAL

4,528

5,859

1,331

NOTES:

1)         Figures in table are for retail only.  CONV = Convenience goods, such as food, newspapers and drinks.  COMP = Comparison goods, such as clothes and electrical equipment.

2)         Projections are based on statistics for:

a)         average turnover per m2 of floorspace and

b)         assumed growth in average expenditure on convenience and comparison goods, contained in Nottinghamshire Structure Plan Review Technical Report 5 Shopping, April 1994 (Specifically West Notts. Sub Area figures). 

3)         Catchment populations have been estimated for each centre and projections assume an overall balance in factors producing population change during the period except for two major developments.

                        South Normanton          10,764

                        Shirebrook                    13,871 (15,131 allowing for South                                                                 Shirebrook)

                        Bolsover                       13,394

                        Clowne                          9,465 (10,599 allowing for                                                                Barlborough Links)

 

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