New committee to look at wages, training, job prospects to attract more to the industry
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Challenging market conditions continued to hit office and retail rents in the fourth quarter, although there are signs pointing to a brighter outlook for some landlords.
The guidelines include specifications of how large the public space areas have to be, their accessibility, and the need to provide shade
It is an increasingly common sight these days in the heartlands: Spanking new mixed-use developments with rows and rows of empty shop spaces plastered with posters and banners screaming "For Rent" or "For Sale".