Big Guns are major regional shopping centres with a GLA (Gross Lettable Area) of more than 50,000m2. CBD Guns are city retail centres with a GLA less than 50,000m2.
The annual CBD Guns report is published end of May.
Mini Guns are neighbourhood shopping centres with a GLA more than 6,000m2 up to 20,000m2.
The annual Mini Guns report is published end of September.
Little Guns are sub-regional shopping centres with a GLA more than 20,000m2 up to 50,000m2.
The annual Little Guns report is published end of November.
These Guns reports rank shopping centres by: GLA: Gross Lettable Area.
Includes the trading area of all tenants located at the centre. MAT/m2: Total retail sales of the centre divided by the retail area from which the retail sales were derived.
Specialty MAT/m2: Total retail sales for trade reporting tenants with a GLA below 400m2, divided by the retail area from which the retail sales were derived.
Other information included in the Guns reports includes: • Centre owner and management company • Asset value • Traffic per year • Average spend per visit • Majors, cinemas, mini majors • Number of specialties • Number of car parks • Centre Manager • Marketing Manager • Leasing Manager Premium members receive the Guns reports in printed hard copy as well as online.
The online version also includes the ‘Analysis Tool’: an interactive table where you can search and sort by various fields.
If you are not a Premium member and would like to access the Guns reports, please contact us to upgrade your membership.