Big changes have taken place on many of the UK's major town and city centre shopping pitches, according to research by economic analyst Business Strategies and agent Churston Heard. The two firms have ranked 650 shopping locations showing where they consider the prospects are brightest. Their findings are based on rents achievable, current demand from retailers, spend per head and local employment levels. Leading the top 10 is London's Cheapside followed by Commercial Street in Leeds, Birmingham's High Street and London's Oxford Street. Next comes Kensington High Street, Bristol's Broadmead, Clarence Street in Kingston-upon-Thames, Oxford's Cornmarket, The Glades in Bromley and Manchester's Market Street. {{PROPERTY }}