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Last edited 15 Apr 2021
Retail warehouses are large, single-level stores, typically with a minimum of 1,000 square metres gross retail floorspace, normally selling goods for home improvement or gardening, furniture, electrical goods, carpets and so on. They are most commonly found in the fringe of towns or in out of town locations.
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