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This is a pretty neat idea.

http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/9076379.Entries_flood_in_for_chance_to_win_shop/?ref=rss

The winner will receive a shop in Worcester’s Reindeer Court shopping centre free of rent, rates and service charges for three months.

It will be a unique chance for someone to launch their business idea in a busy part of the city without the usual barrier of having to find a sizeable sum in set up costs. Ideas so far range from gift hampers to gardening products and christening goods.

Those with good business ideas are now urged to send in their entries before the closing date of Friday, July 1.

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This is a pretty neat idea.

http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/9076379.Entries_flood_in_for_chance_to_win_shop/?ref=rss

The winner will receive a shop in Worcester’s Reindeer Court shopping centre free of rent, rates and service charges for three months.

It will be a unique chance for someone to launch their business idea in a busy part of the city without the usual barrier of having to find a sizeable sum in set up costs. Ideas so far range from gift hampers to gardening products and christening goods.

Those with good business ideas are now urged to send in their entries before the closing date of Friday, July 1.

So:

1. Win.

2. Splash out on a load of stock.

3. Fail to sell sufficient stock.

4. Get hit by rents, rates and service charges after 3 months.

5. Go under and close down.

6. Relaunch the competition.

I've got a better idea, why not accept that the value of commercial property has collapsed and the economy is sh1t. Adjust rents and rates accordingly, so potential traders can afford to run a profitable business on the premises. I'm going to call my fabulous idea THE FREE MARKET. :D

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I've got a better idea, why not accept that the value of commercial property has collapsed and the economy is sh1t. Adjust rents and rates accordingly, so potential traders can afford to run a profitable business on the premises. I'm going to call my fabulous idea THE FREE MARKET. :D

Sounds a bit radical, I thought we where in a new paradigm where values only ever go up?

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


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      • up 5%



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