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More commonly, smaller partly-enclosed schemes, often anchored by supermarkets, continued to be built. Within many town centres, service uses started to grow more quickly than retail, often seeking to acquire premises in prime retail positions. Building societies and estate agents were prominent in this trend during the late 1970s, and fast-food outlets and amusement centres during the early 1980s (Kirby and Holf, 1986). Government advice on retail planning In England and Wales, DCPN13 (DoE/WO, 1977a; see Chapter 2) remained the source of ofﬁcial guidance to local authorities and developers until 1988.
1973; Lee and Kent, 1975), Eastleigh (DoE, 1976; 1978), and several stores examined by Thorpe et al. (1976) and Evely (1980), all demonstrated that these stores had large catchment areas, diverted expenditure largely from other large stores where these existed, and took little trade away from independent food stores. Retail warehouses grew rapidly in numbers during the late 1970s. By 1981, there were over 1,100 such stores, almost entirely in three categories which became known as ‘bulky goods’: DIY and home improvement; furniture and carpets; and electrical goods (URPI, 1982).
They were unelected bodies with a limited time span, whose purpose was essentially to take over the planning powers from local government, with a view to making land available for economic development (Imrie and Thomas, 34 Planning for retail development 1999). Thus, local planning authorities lost overall control over development in several urban areas. More generally, the government was concerned that town planning policies were inhibiting economic growth and the creation of jobs. At an early stage local planning authorities were told that they should encourage new development of industry and commerce: Development control must avoid placing unjustiﬁed obstacles in the way of any development especially if it is for industry, commerce, housing … Local planning authorities are asked therefore to pay greater regard to time and efﬁciency; to adopt a more positive attitude to planning applications; to facilitate development; and always to grant planning permission, having regard to all material considerations, unless there are sound and clear cut reasons for refusal.