November 9, 2020


Acting on behalf of landlord Topland Group of companies, FHP Property Consultants have completed the letting of Unit 23 St Marks Place in Newark town centre to MaxiSaver.

New convenience chain MaxiSaver have taken the former Brighthouse unit which provides accommodation over ground floor and basement measuring 4,966ft².  The unit is located in the heart of St Marks and is a great letting for the scheme adding a new brand to the line-up which already includes the likes of; Wilkos, Millets, New Look, Game and Card Factory.

MaxiSaver are a new convenience retailer offering a mix of food and drink items, toiletries, household and seasonal items.  After a successful launch of their first store in the Britannia Shopping Centre in Hinckley they have secured several other locations. They are about to commence their fit out in with a view to opening the store prior to Christmas.

Oliver Marshall who carried out the letting at FHP comments:-

“This is a great letting for St Marks and Newark.  Despite difficult retail conditions due to Covid-19 it is great to get a long term letting over the line.  MaxiSaver identified Newark as a target location and the former Brighthouse store was a great fit for them.”

Nick Jaye at Topland Group of companies said:-

“This letting is testament to the strength of Newark as a town and in particular St Marks Place.  St Marks has always maintained high levels of occupancy and is home to some great national, regional and independent tenants.  We look forward to MaxiSaver opening the doors and trading successfully.”

There are more retail opportunities at St Marks Place and any prospective tenants; be it national, regional, independent or new start ups, should get in touch with FHP to discuss options.

For more information on this letting or St Marks Place in Newark please contact Oliver Marshall at FHP Property Consultants on 0115 8411 142 or email

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