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See What Everyone is Watching. At Garden City parking lot, a boy and a girl, aged about five and eight, dash back and forth. While malls in the central business district are receiving fewer people, there is a registered increase in both foot and motor vehicle traffic at malls in the suburbs. When we interviewed the manager, Amit Talreje, he said those businesses which closed “had their rent expired and we did not renew [their agreements]”. Publishers named above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct. It is a Saturday evening and there are signs of affluence here.

On his visit to Uganda last November, Paul Collier, a professor of economics and public policy at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, said Kampala needed good policies to reduce congestion and ensure swift transport that allows people not just to reach work easily, but also to shop. When we interviewed the manager, Amit Talreje, he said those businesses which closed “had their rent expired and we did not renew [their agreements]”. A lady, probably in her mid-thirties, follows at a small distance, with an attendant from Capital Shoppers supermarket helping push a trolley full of goods to the car. It is not rosy in the suburb malls either. At Ham mall in Makerere, some shops remain unoccupied. At Village mall, one trader of crafts, said: Amanda Ngabirano, an urban planning lecturer at Makerere University, says shopping places should be very attractive and less stressful. Another is that there is a lot of traffic jam, which scares away people.

It is not rosy in the suburb malls either. This could mean that Uganda’s middle-class is not that big to sustain these malls. They said management clamps customers’ cars and charges high fines before releasing them, something that has scared away clients.

He says there are more people living in the outskirts and are more likely to shop from malls nearer to their residence. On his visit to Uganda last November, Paul Collier, a professor of economics and public policy at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, said Kampala needed good policies to reduce congestion and ensure swift transport that allows people not just to reach work easily, but also to shop.

According to Knight Frank, bygolobi must innovate to remain relevant, as the day-to-day management of villlage malls of ‘product alone’ is not enough. But the general urban planning is key, she adds. Soon, there will be a demand for more “retailtainment” – which is a combination of retail and entertainment, or a fuller shopping experience where shops are partnered with restaurants and leisure experiences such as bowling and cinemas, it added.

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Another is that there is a lot of traffic jam, which scares away people. We publish news and views ranging from vigorous opponents of governments to government publications and spokespersons.

At Garden City, some retailers villagd management of being rude to them and their customers. At Garden City parking lot, a boy and a girl, aged about five and eight, dash back and forth. Other tenants such as Cineplex, Boda Boda, and Ranchers have since folded. This is a new trend, according to real estate agency Knight Frank, where shoppers are shifting loyalty.

Specifically at Garden City, on a Saturday evening, vehicles in the parking lot can easily be counted while at the rooftop, ciema many children used to play, now only attracts a few. Read the original article on Observer.

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In its property market update for the first half ofKnight Frank notes that malls under its management have seen average growth of 14 per cent in motor vehicle traffic and nine per cent average growth of foot traffic.

Publishers villagw above each report are responsible for their own content, which AllAfrica does not have the legal right to edit or correct. The ministry of Finance estimates that 37 per cent about 12 million people of Uganda’s population has achieved middle-class status.

Thirdly, some of these malls have lost anchor tenants. See What Everyone is Watching.

At Nakumatt, the main tenant at Oasis mall, which is supposed to pull crowds, only two tills are working and there is barely a queue to write home. AllAfrica publishes around reports a day from more than news organizations and over other institutions and individualsrepresenting a diversity of positions on every topic.

Amanda Ngabirano, an urban planning lecturer at Makerere University, says shopping places should be very attractive and less stressful.

At the mall’s food court section, there are locked-up stalls. According to cinemq The Observer spoke to, at Village mall in Bugolobi and Acacia mall, there are few who spend money there.

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It is a Saturday evening and there are signs of affluence here. At Village mall, one trader of crafts, said: To address comments or complaints, please Contact us.

When we interviewed the manager, Amit Talreje, he said those businesses which closed “had their rent expired and we did not renew [their agreements]”.

While malls in the central business district are receiving fewer people, there is a registered increase in both foot and motor vehicle traffic at malls in villagee suburbs. According to Knight Frank, “the first half of saw a lot of movement and continuous evolution of the retail sector in Kampala.

These are the kinds of shoppers that every shopping centre would want to attract.

To contact the copyright holder directly for corrections — or for permission bugolpbi republish or make other authorized use of this material, click here. Dr Hannington Byarugaba, the director of City Medicals, and who owns a clinic at Metropole mall Naalya, says accessibility and proximity to residential areas is more important.

At Ham mall in Makerere, some shops remain unoccupied.

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Unfortunately, they are becoming thinner by the day, especially at central business district shopping malls. Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica. According to Shakib Nsubuga, the director of real estate online agency Lamudi, three factors are responsible for this trend.

Some analysts think this number is exaggerated. A lady, probably in her buolobi, follows at a small distance, with bugolibi attendant from Capital Shoppers supermarket helping push a trolley full of goods to the car.

AllAfrica is a voice of, by and about Africa – aggregating, producing and distributing news and information items daily from over African news organizations and our own reporters to an African and global public. A number of shops have closed at Garden City. Also, management issues must be considered.