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Regional shopping malls and retail parks




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Regional malls are large, weather-protected shopping centres, sometimes in a single building or sometimes in a complex of buildings connected by covered walkways.They are designed to the needs of customers from a large catchment area. There are always of parking and a broad spectrum of leisure-time and entertainment like restaurants and cinemas.
In the United Kingdom, planning authorities no longer freely the construction of new regional malls. The trend is now in of retail parks. These are pedestrian areas with shops each with its own entrance from . Typically retail parks host a range of stores, including supermarkets, clothes or footwear merchandisers, electrical stores and many others.