Shares in the owner & # 39; shopping centers including Lakeside in & # 39; Essex and Metrocentre of & # 39; Gateshead lost after bid & # 39; purchase abandoned.
The shares in & # 39; was used, which also hold the Trafford Center, declined 35% after a consortium led by Peel Group failed plan & # 39; purchase & # 39; £ 2.8 billion.
The consortium blamed economic uncertainty and market volatility.
This is the second time this year was used handed. F & # 39; April, Hammerson abandoned bid & # 39; £ 3.4bn.
The consortium is made up of three companies – the Peel Group, the firm Saudi Arabia Olayan and Brookfield Property Canada.
Was used said that "given the uncertainty about the current macroeconomic conditions and potential volatility near-term markets", the consortium could not continue with & # 39; offer within the time stipulated by the rules & # 39 ; purchase of the stock market.
John Whittaker, chairman of Peel Group, said: "We remain firmly committed to a strategic shareholder Properties was used long term, as evidenced by our participation in a possible consortium offer."
Peel must share & # 39; 27.3% in & # 39; was used.
Was used said it would continue to invest in its shopping centers, but he is paying lower dividends to investors on & # 39; short term.
The company said it had expected growth & # 39; full year in net rental income of & # 39; between zero and 1% assuming that m & # 39; there is no "non & # 39; tenant other materials", stating that hit growth b & # 39; about 1.5% over the year.
Mr Whittaker said there was a "key role" for physical stores despite the recent closure of & # 39; some of the most well known names in the retail.
Earlier this month, Mike Ashley, who recently took in Sports Direct & # 39; hand House of Fraser, said that four close & # 39; chain stores & # 39; department store in & # 39; was used shopping centers having failed to agree with shops.
Other troubled stores including Debenhams (other investment Mike Ashley), New Look and Prezzo restaurant chains and Jamie & # 39; s Italian.
A recent report by consultants PwC found 14 shop were closing day by major UK roads face the tougher business climate in & # 39; five years.
Data from retailers analysts Master indicated that buyers were continuing to favor buying online instead of going to the shops. Its data for the event of Black Friday of last week showed that the biggest losers were shopping centers.
The pace at stores fell 7% from a year ago, the high roads decreased by & # 39; 6.4% and the number of & # 39; of shopping centers visitors decreased by & # 39; 9.1%.
Shopping centers of the UK was used
- Braehead, Glasgow
- Broadmarsh, Nottingham
- Chapelfield, Norwich
- Derby was used
- Eldon Square, Newcastle
- lakeside Essex
- Merry Hill, West Midlands
- Metrocentre, Gateshead
- Milton Keynes was used
- Potteries, Stoke-on-Trent
- Trafford Center, Manchester
- was used Uxbridge
- Victoria Center, Nottingham
- Watford was used
- Manchester Arndale (with & # 39; M & G Real Estate)
- St David & # 39; s, Cardiff (b & # 39; land titles)
- The Mall, Cribbs Causeway (with & # 39; M & G Real Estate and JT Baylis)