DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY -- University of Toronto
GGR 252H T - MARKETING GEOGRAPHY (Snow 2013 - Swales)
TASK ONE (30%): RETAIL SOURCE
This job addresses retail and industrial activity. It takes that you go to two various kinds of retail inside the Toronto location to assess their character, marketplace orientation and placement. You will compare the two types of retail.
PART A: ANCILLARY RETAIL
Choose an subway PATH ancillary retail location south of Richmond Road
in line with the first notice of your surname:
вЂўletters A-M section of the underground WAY east of Bay Road; вЂўN-Z area of the underground COURSE west of Bay Avenue.
вЂўNavigate your ancillary selling system. The best time to walk the system is definitely on a weekday, either at midday or at the close of the workday. вЂўFor a portion (about forty-five stores) in the system subterranean ocreate a map to make note of the types of industrial and full activity. oOn your map note the date and time of day that you just did this exercise; your details must be current. oNote the proportion of the activities which can be retail restaurants and the amount that are independents. п‚§Is this planned or perhaps unplanned retailing?
п‚§What other types of uses make up the system? Subways, attaching office buildings underground п‚§Make note with the specific land uses right away above the portion of the system you could have mapped. п‚§Make some evaluation of the market composition in the shoppers. Where do you think these shoppers result from? п‚§Are all the people you observe shoppers? When do you think the device is busiest? п‚§Do a pedestrian depend for 15 minutes and suggest on the map the location from the count and the number of people counted. п‚§Is the system simple to navigate? (accessibility) Nope.
п‚§Is this general public or private space?
Do NOT try to interview shoppers or merchants.
PART N: RETAIL REMOVE
Select the full strip from your list under according to the midsection number of the student quantity....