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Brent Cross is a UK retail success story. Located in one of the UK’s largest and most affluent catchments, it has a loyal customer base which thrives on having access to the best of both UK and international brands. The extension and redevelopment of Brent Cross over the next five years will reinforce it as a dominant shopping destination. Key Facts: • Opened 1976 • 8,000 free parking spaces • 85,000 sq m net internal area • The UK’s first fully-enclosed mall
Opened in 2008, Cabot Circus is one of the largest retail-led city centre urban regeneration projects in the UK. Cabot Circus is a mixed-use city shopping destination anchored by House of Fraser, Harvey Nichols and Showcase de Lux cinema. The retail, leisure and residential space integrate seamlessly within the Quakers Friars area of the city centre, helping to establish Bristol as one of the top retail destinations in the UK.
Centrale was acquired by Hammerson in March 2011. Centrale stands between West and East Croydon railway stations, with extensive tram and bus links to London and easy access to the South. Croydon has just under two million people within its catchment area. Key Facts: • Acquired 2011 • 65,800 sq m net internal area • Opened 2004
Since opening in 2005, Dundrum Town Centre has become Ireland’s top performing shopping centre. Dundrum is the largest shopping centre in Ireland. Located in the affluent and densely populated southern Dublin catchment, the centre provides 120 shops, 45 restaurants, a 12-screen cinema and 3,400 car park spaces. The centre is a gateway for international brands, many of which debuted in Ireland at Dundrum including Hollister, H&M, Jamie’s Italian, Starbucks, Five Guys and Hugo Boss.
Highcross opened to the public in September 2008, combining an extensive refurbishment of the former Shires shopping centre, together with a 61,000 sq m mixed-use extension. Highcross is anchored by John Lewis and Debenhams department stores and a Showcase Cinema de Lux. Key Facts: • 3,000 parking spaces • Opened 2008 • 106,000 sq m net internal area
Hammerson became sole owner of the Martineau Galleries in March 2015. Situated in Birmingham’s city centre, the scheme comprises a 270,000 sq ft shopping centre, Dale and Century House, which is home to HMV’s presence in Birmingham, King’s Parade and Londonderry House. Key Facts • Acquired 100% ownership in March 2015 • 63 tenants • 379,000 sq ft • 2,040 parking spaces
Silverburn is the largest purpose built regional centre in Scotland and Tesco’s largest Scottish store. Major Stores - Zara, H&, Pandora, Topshop, River Island, Superdry, Oasis, Office New leisure extension now open, comprising a 14 screen Cineworld and 9 new restaurants.
Developed in 2003, Bullring has transformed Birmingham’s city centre. With a footfall of 35 million per year, it is one of the UK’s most successful retail destinations and regeneration projects.
Since opening in 1999, The Oracle has become the foremost shopping and leisure destination in the heart of Reading town centre, is the region's premier shopping and leisure destination The Oracle’s restaurant and leisure venue, the Riverside, is home to 20 cafés and restaurants which include Las Iguanas and Wagamama and a 10-screen Vue cinema. Over £31m has been invested over the last three years into car park and riverside refurbishment and the double height shop fronts. New Next and River Island flagship stores are opening as well as the newly refurbished Debenhams.
Union Square opened to the public in 2009 and provides a combination of traditional mall shopping and a shopping park. The scheme is adjacent to Aberdeen’s central railway station. Key Facts: • £275 million investment opened in October 2009 • 51,800 sq m mixed-use retail-led scheme • 2,300 parking spaces.