HUDDERSFIELD TOWN CENTRE AUDIT

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Town Centres Team – Planning ServicesHUDDERSFIELD TOWN CENTREANNUAL STATEMENT OF KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORSNOVEMBER 2000IntroductionWhilst there has only been a small decline in totalretail floorspace in Huddersfield town centre over theSince 1996, Planning Services of Kirklees M.C. has last 12 months, there has been a number of changescarried out a series of town centre audits to monitor in the nature of occupancy. These include thethe health and performance of shopping centres in the opening of a new Lidl foodstore on Castlegate (a unitDistrict. The time series data enables the role of previously occupied by Comet) which has been theindividual town centres to be assessed, identifying the principal contributor to an increase in conveniencescope for change, renewal and diversification. goods floorspace. Conversely, there has been an8.8% loss of comparison goods floorspace largelyThe first full audit for Huddersfield town centre was through further demolition within the footprint of thepublished in July 1996. Since that date, audit reports Kingsgate scheme (a precursor to construction workhave been produced on an annual basis. Thiswhich is now underway), and changes of use fromthstatement represents the 5 that has been prepared retail/quasi-retail/vacant into non-traditional servicefor Huddersfield town centre. uses such as general offices and miscellaneous uses.A significant rise in vacancy has also been recordedThe indicators of town centre health ...

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Town Centres Team – Planning Services
HUDDERSFIELD TOWN CENTRE
ANNUAL STATEMENT OF KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS
NOVEMBER 2000
Introduction
Since 1996, Planning Services of Kirklees M.C. has
carried out a series of town centre audits to monitor
the health and performance of shopping centres in the
District. The time series data enables the role of
individual town centres to be assessed, identifying the
scope for change, renewal and diversification.
The first full audit for Huddersfield town centre was
published in July 1996. Since that date, audit reports
have been produced on an annual basis.
This
statement represents the 5
th
that has been prepared
for Huddersfield town centre.
The indicators of town centre health and vitality
covered here are:
Retail occupancy in terms of floorspace and shop
units
Vacancy rates
Pedestrian footfall
Retail development pipeline
Retailer demand
Prime retail rental levels
Prime retail yields
Retail floorspace, shop units and vacancy
A survey of occupancy undertaken in July 2000
revealed that Huddersfield town centre provides a
total of 860,386 sq.ft. (79,962 sq.m.) of net retail
floorspace.
The tables below illustrate the changes in
retail floorspace and shop unit occupancy in
Huddersfield since 1993.
Whilst there has only been a small decline in total
retail floorspace in Huddersfield town centre over the
last 12 months, there has been a number of changes
in the nature of occupancy.
These include the
opening of a new Lidl foodstore on Castlegate (a unit
previously occupied by Comet) which has been the
principal contributor to an increase in convenience
goods floorspace.
Conversely, there has been an
8.8% loss of comparison goods floorspace largely
through further demolition within the footprint of the
Kingsgate scheme (a precursor to construction work
which is now underway), and changes of use from
retail/quasi-retail/vacant into non-traditional service
uses such as general offices and miscellaneous uses.
A significant rise in vacancy has also been recorded
(+19.6%) which is a result of the vacation of the MFI
and Scottish Power units on the Beck Road retail
warehouse park.
However, at the time of the survey,
the unit previously occupied by MFI was being
refurbished to accommodate a Matalan store.
Retail floorspace in the town centre (‘000 sq.ft.net)
Convenience
Comparison
1
Vacant
TOTAL
1993
187.4
(20.2%)
689.5
(74.2%)
52.0
(5.6%
928.9
(100%)
1996
165.7
(17.3%)
718.9
(75.2%)
71.8
(7.5%)
956.4
(100%)
1998
172.4
(18.8%)
651.2
(70.9%)
94.0
(10.3%)
917.5
(100%)
1999
179.1
(20.4%)
559.3
(63.6%)
140.3
(16.0%)
878.7
(100%)
2000
182.4
(21.2%)
510.2
(59.3%)
167.8
(19.5%)
860.4
(100%)
% change
1999-00
+1.8
-8.8
+19.6
-2.1
The graph below illustrates the proportions of shop
units and floorspace given over to different categories
of use in Huddersfield against the national averages
for 2000 (indexed to 100).
This reveals a number of
changes since the 1999 assessment, including the
growth in vacant floorspace from around 25% above
the national average in 1999, to more than 70
percentage points above the 2000 national average; a
decrease in furniture/carpets floorspace to 10
percentage points below the national average; and a
1
Comparison goods figures include A1 uses such as opticians and
travel agents etc.
Streetscape improvements in King Street
drop in DIY/hardware floorspace from around 30%
above the 1999 national average, to 24% below the
average in 2000.
The temporary loss of large space
users from the Beck Road retail warehouse park (MFI
and Scottish Power), has been the principal cause of
the drop in the proportion of furniture/carpets and
electrical goods floorspace and the consequent
increase in vacant floorspace.
Number of shop units in the town centre
Convenience
Comparison
Service
Vacant
TOTAL
1993
70
(10%)
350
(50%)
224
(31%)
65
(9%)
709
(100%)
1996
78
(10%)
377
(50%)
177
(24%)
118
(16%)
750
(100%)
1998
62
(8%)
382
(50%)
198
(26%)
119
(16%)
761
(100%)
1999
59
(8%)
380
(52%)
191
(26%)
96
(13%)
726
(100%)
2000
56
(7.9%)
367
(52.1%)
188
(26.7%)
94
(13.3%)
705
(100%)
%
change
1999-00
-5.1
-3.4
-1.6
-2.1
-2.9
Retail representation in Huddersfield compared
with the national average (indexed to 100)
2
Huddersfield
continues
to
have
a
strong
representation of clubs, pubs and restaurants –
reflecting the growth in the evening economy of the
town which is primarily supported by the student
population.
Since the 1999 assessment, a number of
pubs have been opened or extensively refurbished
within the vicinity of the University.
The table below gives a comparative analysis of
Huddersfield against 3 other towns in West Yorkshire.
The figures for Huddersfield exclude floorspace
2
Based on the UK average, 100 being the average proportion of
floorspace or number of units for certain categories of use in a UK
town, not including markets.
located outside the ring road (the Beck Road retail
warehouse park and the Sainsbury’s foodstore at
Shorehead) in order to allow a more direct
comparison with the other towns.
This comparison
reveals that Huddersfield (the largest centre of those
assessed) has the highest rate of vacant floorspace,
the lowest proportion of comparison goods floorspace,
and the highest representation of convenience goods
floorspace.
Only Barnsley has a higher proportion of
vacant units at 17.8% compared to 13.0% in
Huddersfield.
However, it is important to recognise
that this picture is a general reflection of the impact of
demolition and changes of use in preparation for the
building of the new Kingsgate shopping centre, and
the vacation of the Co-op ‘Living’ department store on
New Street in late 1999. These large-scale activities
have temporarily affected both the vacancy rate and
proportion of comparison goods floorspace in
Huddersfield.
Floorspace comparisons
3
(‘000 sq.ft. net)
Huddersfield
4
Barnsley
Wakefield
Halifax
Convenience
133.4
(18.4%)
75.8
(11.7%)
72.2
(10.7%)
59.5
(13.3%)
Comparison
5
468.9
(64.5%)
471.2
(72.8%)
547.8
(81.2%)
327.6
(73.3%)
Vacant
124.7
(17.2%)
100.3
(15.5%)
54.9
(8.1%)
60.0
(13.4%)
Total retail
floorspace
727.0
(100%)
647.3
(100%)
647.9
(100%)
447.1
(100%)
Vacant units
91
(13.0%)
81
(17.8%)
56
(9.7%)
62
(11.3%)
Total number
of units
698
(100%)
445
(100%)
576
(100%)
548
(100%)
3
Barnsley and Wakefield figures are correct as at 1998.
Halifax
figures are correct as at 1999.
4
Figures include only retail floorspace and units that are located
within their respective town centres.
Therefore the Huddersfield
figures exclude the Sainsbury’s foodstore at Shorehead and the
Beck Road retail warehouse park.
5
Comparison goods figures include A1 uses such as opticians and
travel agents etc.
0
50
100
150
200
Convenience
Clothes/footwear
Furniture/carpets
Electrical goods
DIY/hardware
Other comparison
Vacant
Restaurants/pubs
Other service
Category
Index (100 = Great Britain average)
Units
Floorspace
The Piazza shopping centre
Pedestrian footfall
Pedestrian footfall counts have been undertaken
annually in Huddersfield town centre since April 1996.
The assessments are designed to measure the
volume and pattern of pedestrian flow through the
town centre.
Count locations are identified on the
map (inside back cover) and include both primary and
secondary
shopping
frontages
and
important
pedestrian links.
The table below gives this year’s hour sample totals
for each of the 9 locations both morning and afternoon
for a market day, non-market day and Saturday.
These samples have been taken from the wider profile
survey which includes 15 minute ‘pinch’ counts either
side of the traditional hour counts, giving a picture of
the changes in pedestrian volumes throughout the
day.
The daily profile graph is also shown opposite.
Pedestrian footfall in Huddersfield town centre
Date
3
rd
May 2000
Non-market
day
4
th
May 2000
Market day
6
th
May 2000
Saturday
Weather
Cold/wet
Cloudy/dry
Cool a.m.
Sunny p.m.
Time
6
am
pm
am
pm
am
pm
Bus Station
(Out)
644
417
646
396
713
573
New Street
(C&A)
1343
1232
1757
1471
2446
2262
Piazza
1352
951
1146
1063
1767
2647
New Street
(M&S)
2279
2101
2102
1474
4818
7035
King Street
1237
1028
1465
1328
1444
1380
Westgate
304
292
822
846
1418
1955
Byram
Street
478
374
876
933
1649
1600
John William
Street
448
400
723
555
632
528
Queensgate
steps
562
646
709
989
367
620
Total
7
8085
6795
9537
8066
14887
17980
Pedestrian flow on a Saturday continues to well
exceed that of a market day or a non-market day.
However, in terms of the volumes of pedestrians
recorded, there has been a considerable drop against
the 1999 assessment.
This is particularly true of King
Street where streetscape works for the new
pedestrianisation scheme were being undertaken at
the time of the survey. The difference in footfall
recorded on King Street from 1999 to 2000 is
illustrated opposite.
6
Figures given here relate to hour samples extracted from the
profile counts – taken from 10.30 in the morning and from 2.30 in
the afternoon.
7
For the purpose of consistency in the time series analysis, hour
sample totals exclude Queensgate steps, which was a new count
point in 1999.
Total pedestrian numbers – daily profile
King Street Saturday counts 1999 and 2000
Generally speaking, much of the primary shopping
area (New Street and the Piazza) has experienced
little overall change in pedestrian numbers or the
pattern of movement throughout the 9am to 5pm
period.
What is noticeable is a shift in the lunchtime
peak from around 12.45 pm to 1.45 pm at 5 of the 9
locations.
Westgate, John William Street and Byram
Street show lower and more consistent levels of
pedestrian numbers throughout the day with much
less pronounced peaks and troughs than in 1999.
Byram Street continues to be the only location where
market day pedestrian numbers exceed those
recorded on a non-market day.
The changes in both morning and afternoon hour
sample counts since 1996 are illustrated in the graphs
overleaf.
These clearly show the drop in pedestrian
numbers recorded from 1999 to 2000, amounting to
an average of –15% on a market day, -25% on a non-
market day, and –20% on a Saturday.
The temporary
effects of improvement works on King Street,
demolition/building work for the Kingsgate scheme,
and the loss of the Co-op ‘Living’ department store
from New Street (which constituted a key anchor at
the southern end of the town centre), have all
contributed to the decline in pedestrian footfall. The
graph below illustrates quite clearly the decline in
pedestrian numbers at the southern end of New Street
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
08:45
09:15
09:45
10:15
10:45
11:15
11:45
12:15
12:45
13:15
13:45
14:15
14:45
15:15
15:45
16:15
16:45
Time
Number of pedestrians
Market day
Non-market day
Saturday
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
08:45
09:15
09:45
10:15
10:45
11:15
11:45
12:15
12:45
13:15
13:45
14:15
14:45
15:15
15:45
16:15
16:45
Time
Number of pedestrians
Saturday 1999
Saturday 2000
in the 2000 assessment.
This was one of the highest
performing locations on the Saturday survey in 1999.
Morning hour samples 1996 - 2000
Afternoon hour samples 1996 – 2000
New Street (C & A) Saturday counts 1999 and 2000
Retail development pipeline
The graph below identifies the retail development
pipeline within and adjoining Huddersfield town
centre.
Completions since 1991 amount to 306,850
sq.ft. (28,518 sq.m.) of gross floorspace, including:
Refurbishment of Market Avenue
Construction of 3 new large space units occupied
by Halfords on Beck Road, Lidl on Castlegate and
Sainsbury’s at Shorehead.
Construction of the Great Northern Street retail
warehouse park and its recently opened
extension.
Refurbishment of New Street
Construction of 3 new retail units on Castlegate.
Development pipeline
A number of schemes have received planning
permission and are currently under construction or
remain unimplemented.
These amount to a potential
gross floorspace of 400,685 sq.ft. (37,238 sq.m.).
This total includes:
new-build for the Kingsgate shopping centre and
2 shop units at Victoria Lane and Brook Street in
the town centre;
the refurbishment of the Queen Street and King
Street Yards; and
the redevelopment of St George’s Warehouse on
New North Parade.
This figure also encompasses smaller scale
refurbishment to existing units on Beck Road (for
Matalan) and New Street (for Wilkinsons).
0
2000
4000
6000
8000
10000
12000
14000
16000
18000
20000
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
year
pedestrian count
Market day
Non-market day
Saturday
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
year
pedestrian count
Market day
Non-market day
Saturday
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
08:45
09:15
09:45
10:15
10:45
11:15
11:45
12:15
12:45
13:15
13:45
14:15
14:45
15:15
15:45
16:15
16:45
Time
Number of pedestrians
Saturday 1999
Saturday 2000
0
50,000
100,000
150,000
200,000
250,000
300,000
350,000
400,000
450,000
Completions
Unimplemented planning permissions
(or under construction)
Sq.ft. gross
Kingsgate construction work
Retailer demand
A general assessment of retailer demand for
Huddersfield was undertaken in July 2000.
The
number of retailers who have expressed a
requirement for the town are given in the table below
by category of use.
The level of demand has also
been expressed in terms of maximum floorspace
requirements.
Retailer requirements for Huddersfield (Summer
2000)
Category
Number of
registered
interests
Maximum gross
floorspace
requirements
sq.ft (sq.m)
Convenience
5
20,080 (1,866)
Clothing/footwear
9
67,500 (6,273)
Furniture/carpets
1
4,000 (372)
Electrical goods
2
3,250 (302)
DIY/hardware
2
67,000 (6,227)
Variety
5
225,000 (20,911)
Other comparison
18
96,700 (8,987)
Restaurants/pubs
11
99,020 (9,203)
Retail services
1
1,600 (149)
Service uses
3
2,950 (274)
Other
3
13,500 (1,255)
8
TOTAL
60
600,600 (55,818)
Source:
Focus Research and Information Unit,
Property Intelligence Plc.
There has been very little change in the number and
nature of retailer demand for the town since the 1999
assessment.
However, the total gross floorspace
requirement for the town in 1999 was 150,000 sq.ft.
less than that recorded in the 2000 assessment.
This
is principally due to a number of new requirements
from large space users (such as department stores)
rather than an increase in the number of total
requirements.
4 of the retailers included in the 1999 assessment
have now been accommodated in the town and there
are a number of others who are committed to taking
units within the Kingsgate shopping centre.
Of those retailers included in the 2000 assessment,
82% would be new to the town, equating to a total of
557,020 sq.ft. (51,768 sq.m.) of gross floorspace, or
93% of the total floorspace stated.
It is important to note that a requirements for
Huddersfield is not necessarily a requirement for the
town centre.
Some businesses have registered
interest for retail warehouse units either in out of
centre or edge of centre locations.
This is principally
due to the difficulties of site assembly, high rents and
a lack of surface level car parking in the town centre.
The assessment of retailer demand should not be
treated as definitive.
There are likely to be other
retailers who have a requirement for Huddersfield or
who may wish to relocate within the town centre to
8
Only 2 of the 3 ‘other’ uses have stated a floorspace requirement.
larger and/or better quality premises but have not
registered
their
interest.
Furthermore,
the
assessment has not addressed the demand that may
exist from financial and professional services for office
accommodation within the town centre.
Prime retail rental levels
National average prime rents have experienced year
on year growth for the last 3 years, and are now 33%
higher than in 1996.
In the 12 months to May 2000,
the national average reached £100 per sq.ft. – a
growth of 5.3% for the year.
The Yorkshire and Humberside regional average
prime retail rents have grown by 40% over the last 5
years, with a 5.5% increase recorded in the 12
months to May 2000.
However, rental growth has
slowed since May 1999 and falls well below the rate of
growth recorded in 1998 and 1999 (between +7.4%
and +10.2%).
The changes in both regional and
national prime rents since 1996 is illustrated in the
graph below.
Change in prime rents 1996 - 2000
The high regional prime rents are attributable to the
influence of the White Rose Centre (opened in 1997)
and Meadowhall (opened in 1990), which secure £200
per sq.ft. and £400 per sq.ft., respectively.
Meadowhall is now the 3
rd
highest performing centre
Refurbishment on Queen Street South
60
70
80
90
100
110
120
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
Year (May)
Prime rental value (£ per sq ft)
Huddersfield
Regional Average
National Average
in the country in terms of rental growth, having
secured a 220% increase in prime retail rents
between May 1990 and May 2000.
The Metro Centre
on Tyneside and the Merry Hill Centre in the West
Midlands are the only other centres to better this
performance.
The
table
below
compares
Huddersfield’s
performance against that of 5 nearby metropolitan
town centres and the regional and national averages.
It can be seen that Huddersfield has a prime rent of
£100 per sq.ft. which is comparable to that of Barnsley
but higher than that of both Wakefield and Halifax
(£90 per sq.ft. and £85 per sq.ft., respectively).
Only
Leeds (at £225 per sq.ft.) and Bradford (at £140 per
sq.ft.) have higher prime retail rents.
Retail performance: Prime zone A retail rents
9
for
selected towns
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
Huddersfield
£ per sq.ft.
75
75
85
95
100
£ per sq.m.
807
807
915
1023
1076
Wakefield
£ per sq.ft.
75
75
80
90
90
£ per sq.m.
807
807
861
969
968
Bradford
£ per sq.ft.
90
90
105
105
140
£ per sq.m.
969
969
1130
1130
1506
Halifax
£ per sq.ft.
65
65
70
85
85
£ per sq.m.
700
700
753
915
915
Leeds
£ per sq.ft.
140
175
200
200
225
£ per sq.m.
1507
1884
2153
2153
2421
Barnsley
£ per sq.ft.
85
85
85
90
100
£ per sq.m.
915
915
915
968
1076
Regional average
10
£ per sq.ft.
82
92
99
109
115
£ per sq.m.
883
990
1066
1173
1237
National average
£ per sq.ft.
75
81
88
95
100
£ per sq.m.
807
872
947
1023
1076
Source: Investment Property Database
During the 12 months to May 2000, the prime rent for
Huddersfield secured a growth of 5.3% - in line with
the increase in the national average.
However, in this
same period, Bradford, Leeds and Barnsley
experienced much higher rates of growth (33%, 13%
and 11%, respectively).
Prime retail yields
11
Huddersfield saw a slight increase in its prime retail
yield (from 7.6% to 7.8%), despite recording the third
consecutive annual increase in prime rents.
The town
9
The values relate to the zone A rent for a modern standard sized
shop unit (6.1m frontage, 18.3m depth and 30sq.m. storage or staff
accommodation, and a full insuring and repairing lease). The
assessment date is May of each year.
10
Regional averages relate to Yorkshire and Humberside.
11
The shop investment market uses the yield of a modern standard
size shop unit in the highest rented position in the town centre as its
standard.
The equivalent yield is the ratio between the discounted
present value of the income secured by the lease (current rent plus
any uplift to an open market rent on the next review) and the current
capital value of the property.
Figures quoted are correct at
December of each year, therefore data is not yet available for 2000.
centre’s prime yield now mirrors that of the Yorkshire
and Humberside regional average.
Prime retail yields for selected towns (%)
1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
Huddersfield
7.0
7.2
7.1
7.6
7.8
Wakefield
7.9
8.5
8.5
8.5
8.2
Bradford
7.9
7.9
7.4
7.5
7.1
Halifax
8.2
8.7
7.9
7.5
8.0
Leeds
6.6
6.7
6.0
6.0
5.5
Barnsley
7.9
8.2
7.2
7.1
7.0
Regional
average
7.3
7.3
6.7
6.8
7.6
National
average
7.1
7.1
6.8
6.6
7.5
Source: Investment Property Database / The Valuation Office
The increase in prime retail yields can be attributed to
a variety of different factors. However, the level of
retail development activity within Huddersfield during
1999 (for example, the construction of the Great
Northern Street Retail Warehouse Park extension,
and
the
commencement
of
the
Kingsgate
redevelopment scheme), was particularly influential in
‘softening’ the town centre’s prime retail yield.
The prime retail yields for Wakefield, Bradford, Leeds
and Barnsley all improved (albeit marginally in most
cases).
However, both the regional and national
averages registered increases of 0.8% and 0.9%,
respectively.
Extension to the Great Northern Street park
Although every care and effort has been made to ensure the
accuracy of the data and statements contained in this
publication, Planning Services does not accept responsibility for
any errors or inaccuracies which may have occurred therein.
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Key to map:
Study boundary
Pedestrian count point and direction of flow
1
Bus station
6
Westgate
2
New Street (C&A)
7
Byram Street
3
Piazza
8
John William Street
4
New Street (M&S)
9
Queensgate steps
5
King Street
Not to scale
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