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RETAILER DEMAND REMAINS RELATIVELY BUOYANT IN POLAND

Retailer demand stemming from domestic brands remains relatively buoyant, especially in terms of large market players, such as LPP Group or CCC, who continue to cautiously, yet gradually secure new locations across the country. The most popular international brands are still very selective, but at the same time continue their expansion in increasingly smaller markets. This strategy is often perceived as an alternative to adding new stores to an already penetrated larger city, which raises concerns of cannibalisation. As a result, popular fashion brands have become more available - for instance H&M can now be found not only in the third-tier cities such as Suwałki, but also in towns such as Tczew, Chojnice and Ciechanów. The presence of Inditex’s flagship brand, Zara, is still limited to only a handful of second-tier towns such as Olsztyn, Płock, Opole and Rzeszów, but, the penetration of its other brands such as Bershka, Stradivarius and Pull & Bear, ranges far deeper.

The highest demand still involves prime projects in particular markets, while secondary locations and assets face more challenges. Retail parks are gradually gaining recognition from both domestic and foreign retailers, however, apart from a number of down-market brands such as KiK and Pepco this pool usually still does not include fashion, although this may change in the near future. This retail format is more often perceived as well suited to smaller towns, where shopping centres could prove unsustainable.

Source: JLL, 31st July 2015

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