Use Class E(a)
120,000 sq ft
120,000 sq ft
Owned by Quadrant Estates
Occupiers: Asda Living, TK Maxx, Next, Next Home, Argos, Sports Direct, Currys/PC World, Halfords, Carpetright, HomeSense, Costa Coffee, Tapi Carpets, Bensons for Beds and McDonald’s.
Located 7 miles north west of Leeds city centre on the A65 Leeds Road.
A1 - Open, non-food
|1||Argos||10,212 sq ft|
|2||Carpetright||5,298 sq ft|
|3A||ASDA Living||20,120 sq ft|
|3B||TK Maxx||15,110 sq ft|
|3C||Next Home including Costa Coffee||17,882 sq ft|
|4B||HomeSense||9,968 sq ft|
|5||Tapi Carpets||7,548 sq ft|
|6||Halfords||4,691 sq ft|
|7A||Sports Direct||10,261 sq ft|
|7B||Currys / PC World||9,889 sq ft|
|8||Bensons for Beds||3,421 sq ft|
|9||McDonald's||6,860 sq ft|
– Resident population of 57,800 (24,800 households) in the Primary catchment, where 50% of Westside’s consumer spend is drawn from. – This increases to 169,200 (73,100 households) in Westside’s core retail catchment; the Secondary catchment is the schemes key battleground for the capture of spend and from where up to 80% of this consumer expenditure is therefore drawn. – The catchments ACORN demographic profile is strongly skewed toward the UK’s most affluent consumer groups. Just under half are characterised as Affluent Achievers or Rising Prosperity households, significantly above the regional and UK averages; these residents typically have above average disposable incomes and a greater spending power. – Fashion, Comparison and Homeware, Furniture & DIY spend totalling £152m, £714m and £143m respectively in Westside’s Secondary retail catchment, above the average annual household spend in each category both regionally and for the UK.
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