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Retail Warehousing unit occupied by B&Q.
Apsley Mills Retail Park is the prime retail park location in Hemel Hempstead, extending to 97,067 sq ft and anchored by a 50,050 sq ft The Range with the remaining units occupied by Wren Living, Carpetright, Argos and Currys.
The shopping park extends to circa. 200,000 sq ft and is made up of 11 units, which benefits from a part open A1 and part non-food planning consent together with over 600 free customer car parking spaces. Over 46,000 cars enter the shopping park every week. The scheme is anchored by B&Q Warehouse who trade alongside a number of major fashion brands including Next, Outfit and New Look. Other occupiers include Boots, Mothercare, Argos, Furniture Village, Carpetright, Tapi and McDonald's.
The park extends to 80,000 sq ft and is occupied by The Gym, Harveys, B&M, Wren Kitchens & Dunelm. Adjacent to the park is a Selco Builders Warehouse.
Occupiers include DFS, Oak Furniture Land, SCS, Carpetright and Furniture Village. Winterhill is the prime bulky goods retail pitch in Milton Keynes. Other occupiers nearby include Harveys, Sofaworks, B&M, Dreams, Wickes and The Range.
The park has an Open A1 non-food planning consent and is occupied by Furniture Village, Boots, Currys/ PC World Megastore, Pets at Home, Next, Tapi Carpets, HomeSense, TK Maxx, Dunelm, Starbucks, Subway and Carphone Warehouse. The park sits adjoining the Capitol Leisure Park, also owned by Royal London, where Waitrose is located.
The Ventura retail cluster is a highly successful out of town retail location totalling over 850,000 sq ft of retail floor space, including supermarkets occupied by Asda and Sainsbury's. Cardinal Point Retail Park pulls on a substantial catchment population, including the under-represented affluent north Birmingham commuter belt. There are 518,000 people within a 20 minute drive time of the subject scheme, which consists of 6 retail units let to B&Q, Furniture Village, Tapi Carpets, Carpet, Oak Furnitureland and Bensons for Beds.
Tenants include The Range, Dunelm, Safestore, Cotswold Collections and KFC.
The scheme consists of 8 units let to Aldi, Halfords, Hobbycraft, Currys, Pets at Home, HomeSense, TK Maxx and Furniture Village.
Colton Retail Park is anchored by Sainsbury's with other occupiers including DW Sports, Argos, Pets at Home and Poundstretcher. With the exception of Sainsbury's the park has an Open A1 non-food planning consent.