(hyper- prefixoid? gr.? large, redundant, exaggerated) Shop fast. Shop efficiently. Close to. At the best price. Economically advantageous. Timesaving. Check-in and save time. Glory to the hypermarket. Finally, the effort to save time with shopping under one roof and the valuable idea of spending time with family or close friends somehow doesn't work. Trade and the market mean the movement of people, and it is not entirely possible for it to be marginalized. Because people are drawn where there are people, where there is business. Pulling from the city, the streets to closed worlds. To the boxes that are not interested in being part of the city. Except they still are. Even though they build a wall of parking spaces around them and operate on their island, they are still part of the city, although they do not want to see it. They are so looked at themselves that they also let people look only at themselves. Maybe they're just setting up a human mirror. What will be and what could be different in the future when looking for answers, what about empty spaces. How to answer it today. I come up with a specific example of a hyper-surplus-market in Bardejov, which remained after the departure of the Hypernova chain from the commercial market. The city lacks a hall that could be replaced by a sports hall deck. A hall where seniors would occasionally go to see their grandchildren's performances or where the petty bourgeoisie could enjoy and provoke the local amateur theatre. However, where teenagers would come to spend their free time even during a normal day, mothers would have a replacement for the park on cold days and people could find space to start their own business.
The determination and disclosure of the contribution of turnover rent to lessor revenue in the South African retail property sectorKruger, Leopold Ferreira 02 1900 (has links)
Notes: i) the terms "lessee" and "tenant" are used alternatively, the latter only when quoted ii) the terms "lessor" and "landlord" are used alternatively, the latter only when quoted / The research intends to assess the availability of information to determine the contribution of turnover rent to lessor revenue as the publicly available information on building performance, and in specific turnover rent, is not adequate to answer the research problem. Academic, legal and accounting sources are consulted and referenced as background on turnover rent. Limitations applicable to the study is noted. A content analysis of published financial statements analyses the application of the prevailing accounting standards in the real estate sector and assesses to what extent information is available to determine the contribution of turnover rent to lessor revenue. Disclosure was found to be inconsistent and inadequate to calculate the contribution to lessor revenue and to assess individual building performance. With relevant building performance data of a large retail centre sourced from an asset manager, the contribution of turnover rent to lessor revenue was calculated for a period of eight years as part of a retail centre case study. With information available, but not disclosed, it is recommended that the IASB considers additional disclosure for listed real estate entities to enable stakeholders to assess individual building performance. Further recommendations are made in this study. The building performance indicators were further compared to relevant economic indicators. The results of this analysis indicates an indirect correlation between the prime interest rate and three building performance indicators being lessee turnover, total rent collected and centre foot-count. This confirms the strong reliance of the South African retail sector on credit sales. / Financial Accounting / M. Ph. (Accounting Sciences)
Obchodní centrum Orlová - stavebně technologický projekt / Business Center Orlova - building and technological projectMaléřová, Tereza January 2016 (has links)
This Diploma thesis processes construction of a retail centre in Orlová Town, considering technology, finance and time aspects. Attention is focused mainly on the building process of the main premise – the structure of retail centre. Significant part of this dissertation consists of the technology study specifying readiness, proceedings and consequences of particular operations. In following chapters the main machine, substance and human resources and theire employment in place and time will be defined. More precise technology methods for chosen processes as well as quality standards in assesment and evaluation plan will be provided together with risk adjustment and risk management. In addition the Technical Report for equipment used in construction site will be submited, completed with sketches of construction-site equipment for chosen building stages. Financial and time schedule based on the technical and economy indicators will be provided for the complex of Retail centre, followed by precise time schedule. The impact of increased noise level caused by construction process will be evaluated in acoustic study and revelant precautions will be proposed and their effectivity verified.
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