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A report into the factors that affect a retail centres sphere of influence in the Broadway, the Castle and Londis in Woodford Green

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A report into the factors that affect a retail centres sphere of influence in the Broadway, the Castle and Londis in Woodford Green Understanding Aim: The aim of this report is to discover the factors that affect the sphere of influence in The Broadway, The Castle and Londis all of which are in Woodford Green, and why they do so. ...read more.

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the shops, the accessibility or the environment of the retail centre. Hypotheses: 1. The larger the retail centres amount of shops and services the larger the sphere of influence. 2. The better the quality of public transport the larger the retail centre and the sphere of influence. Location: The retail centre studied is in the South East of England. ...read more.

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The Castle is to the North West of the Broadway and it is reasonably easy to access as the retail center has a main road going through it and The Castle also has a bus service. Londis is to the South of the Broadway however it is not easily accessible as it is not on a main road. It does have though a bus stop just within a 100 meters and it is near a main road. The Broadway is the largest retail centre followed by The Castle and the Londis. ...read more.

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