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Land Securities raises rental charges

Property developer Land Securities is poised to raise its rental charges for the first time in two years as confidence among retailers returns.

The UK’s largest landlord said many large companies were now thinking of ways to grow.

50% of space in Land Securities’ £350m Trinity Leeds shopping development, due to open in spring 2013, has been snapped up by retailers including Next, Hollister and Cult.

Land Securities chief executive Francis Salway said he saw further development opportunities in edge-of-town locations.

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