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WHAT ARE THEY? Huge indoor shopping complexes Other attractions nearby Anchored by big-name stores Close to major roads and junctions
Cribbs causeway Our RSC-Cribbs Causeway, Bristol On a Motorway Junction Marks and Spencer, John Lewis- the anchor stores Leisure facilities nearby
Where Are They? Close to major population centres Edge of town Close to major roads Brownfield site Large flat open site = RSC in UK
When did they first appear? First RSC in Britain- Metro Centre, Newcastle First RSC in the world-Southdale Centre, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA (Mall of America)
Why were they built? Mobility Disposable income Television Wider range products Increased free time
How have they affected different groups of people? Middle of town shopping areas Small local farms Small local businesses Shoppers Environment
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