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The Dolphin Shopping Centre currently provides 625,000 sq ft of of covered retail space, arranged over three levels, together with open streetscape areas. Situated in the heart of Poole it provides a complete shopping experience. With a vast number of shops, it has become the town’s most popular place to shop with 2/3rds of all sales in Poole taking place within the Dolphin Shopping Centre. It is home to a fantastic selection of leading high street brands, as well as independent and specialist retailers giving shoppers access to the very best in fashion, lifestyle, gifts and homewares. Legal and General have recently completed a significant expansion and refurbishment program. This includes: • A full refurbishment of the interior of the scheme • New entrances to the centre • Public realm improvements • The council has renovated and upgraded the main car park. Key tenants include M&S, Primark, River Island and Next.
Pedestrianised street with TK Maxx, Cotswold Outdoors as anchors and a number of the town’s popular restaurants including Nando’s, GBK, Yo! Sushi and now Franco Manca, Tortilla and Thaikun.
Jackson Square Shopping Centre is home to over 45 stores with a range of major retail bands including Next, Fat Face, Joules and New Look and is anchored by a Sainsbury’s supermarket. Other recent activity includes new stores for Fat Face, Pandora, Joules and The Entertainer. Next have also recently invested in their own store with a comprehensive refit to improve the customer experience. Additionally Mint Velvet have opened in Potter Street opposite the centre’s entrance. The centre is complemented in the town by national chains such as M&S, Crew Clothing, White Stuff, Bills, Cote, Carluccio's and Phase 8, a number of independent stores, restaurants and tea rooms plus a market on Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Beacon is the dominant retail centre in Eastbourne, comprising 350,000 sq ft of prime retail space anchored by Primark, Boots, River Island and Next. An 175,000 sq ft extension was opened in Autumn 2018 where an additional 22 retail units, seven restaurant units, a 9 screen Cineworld and a significant extension to the car park was developed. H&M occupy a 23,000 sq ft store and Next are trading from a 21,000 sq ft store. Other retailers to have moved in include Schuh, New Look and Fat Face.
The scheme comprises 130,000 sq ft of retail, leisure, healthcare and restaurant accommodation. Occupiers include Asda, B&M, The Gym and Jungle VIP. The scheme also includes a medical centre and an Explore Learning centre.
Positioned in the heart of the picturesque market town of Northampton, The Grosvenor Centre is the prime retail location for the town and benefits from a footfall of over 11.25 million per annum. We are excited to announce two new anchors that have relocated into the Grosvenor Centre, Primark and Next. In addition, throughout 2015, the Grosvenor Centre has undergone a significant refurbishment to provide a more modern and stylish shopping environment. Sainsbury’s, Boot’s and New Look also anchor the scheme with other noted brands including Topshop, Superdry, Apple iStore, Accessorize, Lush and Pandora amongst others. The Grosvenor Centre Shopper Demographics: Northampton’s shopper profile falls in line with those of Ipswich, Chelmsford, Colchester and Uxbridge and The Grosvenor Centre offers the opportunity for retailers to thrive in an affluent and fast growing catchment. Some key facts of interest are: Northampton’s catchment contains 376,000 residents of which 210,000 continually visit on a regular basis. 50% of our shoppers fall within a 10 minute drive time – The Grosvenor Centre Car Park is the central town centre car park with 809. 63% of Northampton residents fall within the Wealthy Achievers and Comfortably Off ACORN Categories which is 19% above the UK average. 37% of Northampton shoppers are aged between 16-30 (above the UK average of 18%). There is a total available spend, from the Northampton catchment, £1.6bn on non grocery products. This reaches £2.6bn when including grocery products which The Grosvenor Centre benefits from with a Sainsbury’s anchor store. The Northampton resident population is on the rise with an anticipated increase of up to 6% by 2017 (above the UK average of +3%). By 2022 we anticipate an increase of 12% (above the UK average of +7%).