Leisure experiences – what does the future hold?

Guest Blog for The Leisure Property Forum by Nick Wood, Associate – Fladgate LLP* Leisure experiences over ‘things’ Old predictions of the future can be great fun. In 1903, the president of Michigan Savings Bank opined that “The horse is here to stay but the automobile is only a novelty—a fad”. ….

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Engaging Gen Z – is Gamification in Leisure the Newest Trend?

Guest Blog for The Leisure Property Forum by Carlene Hughes, Director – Savills National Leisure What is Gamification in Leisure? Gamification influences the marketing of, interaction with and physical enjoyment of all facets of commercial property. However, what is it and how is it impacting the leisure sector? Gamification is the ….

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The LPF Annual Dinner – Charity Raffle

Kindly sponsored by Gowling WLG and Holder Mathias Architects All proceeds from this year’s raffle will go to our sponsors’ nominated charities – amount raised £3768.00 100% of all monies raised on the night will be donated to Buddy Bag Foundation on behalf of Gowling WLG, and The Connection at St ….

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The Leisure Hub at CRMarketplace

The Leisure Property Forum are delighted to have worked with Completely Retail on a new feature area for 2019 at this year’s CRMarketplace The Leisure Hub is an area where the UK’s top leisure operators can meet and discuss requirements. For 2019 we welcomed the following operators to The Leisure Hub: ….

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Leisure property encompasses more than you think…

Guest Blog for The Leisure Property Forum by Peter Gamble, Partner – Holder Mathias Architects   If leisure is defined as “use of free time for enjoyment” (Oxford English Dictionary), then leisure property could be described as “the use of property for enjoyment”. Leisure property is a very broad category; from ….

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