"We’ve clearly seen more of the mix of food in shopping centres. And I think the mix of food retailers will probably increase as well as competitors as it is. But for me, the high streets have got to change. They’ve got to become less shops that people walk in and out of and then experience where people can go to their accountant, get their bike serviced, have their hair done, get their kids entertained, place their bets, get their cloths and get their food and it’s thinking about how that is. And maybe some other, governmental services come on there as well to help people out as well. It’s a community, that’s what high streets are, that’s what shopping centres are, and it’s what that community wants to do on the high street, and it isn’t about lining shops up I don’t think."