The Burghley Centre North Street, Bourne, PE10 9EG
29,700 sq ft
The opening of the Burghley Centre in 1989 created a great deal of controversy in Bourne because the £1½ million project involved the demolition of historic buildings on the east side of North Street, notably a chemist's shop that had an original Victorian shop front.
At the rear, the cattle market had been disused and derelict for some years and the pens and sale offices provided much of the space needed for the development between North Street and Meadowgate which included a mall with 14 retail units, Budgens' supermarket and a car park with 170 spaces.
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This was last updated on 30/06/2023