JSE-listed Echo Polska Properties (EPP), the leading owner and operator of shopping centres in Poland, has officially announced that a change of its company name from Echo Polska Properties N.V. to EPP N.V. has been registered by the trade register of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce.

The South African Council of Shopping Centre’s (SACSC) Annual Research Conference celebrated its eighth anniversary recently with more than 270 delegates representing the country’s most respected companies and brands, in attendance.

The uptick in shopping centre sales out of negative territory is continuing, according to the Clur Report of SA Retail Property Performance for January, an industry barometer.

RDI, the FTSE 250 income focused UK-REIT, which has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and a secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, today announces its results for the six months ended 28 February 2018.

When online shopping started to take off there was much speculation that this would be the beginning of the end for retail centres.

Irish playwright, critic and political activist George Bernard Shaw once said: “Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything”.

Wednesday, 28 March 2018 16:17

Easter spend trends 2018

Last year’s consumer spend left a lot to be desired. The fluctuating rand, economy as well as the political landscape may have affected the bottom lines of many retailers and shopping centres alike.

In the last decade, SA REITs have proven their ability to operate successfully on the international stage and play in almost any market in the world. But does this make them truly global real estate players?

Warsaw, 8 March 2018 –JSE listed EPP (Echo Polska Properties) - the retail-focused Polish property play - today released annual results for the year ended December 2017 with distributable earnings of €76.6 million translating into distributions of 10.87 eurocents a share, ahead of previously stated guidance.

Real estate consulting firm, JLL, has released its South African Q4 2017 market reports for key markets across the country, including the office markets in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town; the industrial markets in Johannesburg and Durban; and an outline of the South African retail market.

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