High Street


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High Street

1. Brit the main street of a town, usually where the principal shops are situated
2. the market constituted by the general public
3. Commerce geared to meet the requirements of, and readily available for purchase by, the general public
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The government has also launched a high street task force.
They will now compete for the Champion High Street Award, which has three Welsh entrants, and the Rising Star High Street Award, which includes two local nominees.
Turriff residents are being encouraged to do their bit by voting in this year's Great British High Street competition after the town centre was short-listed.
After a rigorous selection process led by a panel of independent judges, the town's High Street is one of 28 across the country shortlisted for the award.
The town has made the grade in the Great British High Street Awards 2019, and is now in the running for up to PS15,000.
The perfect British high street should have a pub, a greengrocer, a butcher, a baker - and a fashion boutique, credit card giant Visa's survey found.
Rob Paterson, chief executive at Best Western Great Britain, said the company was in talks over at least three sites which had been left empty by the recent high street crisis.
A good example of this is high street bank branches and free ATMs.
High Street Insurance Partners (High Street), a provider specialty commercial property/casualty insurance, employee benefits services and personal lines, has acquired the assets of the Tompkins Insurance Agency (TIA), an independent insurance firm.
THE number of high street retail jobs in the North East fell between 2012 and 2017, new figures show.