Pescod Square Shopping Centre, Boston

Boston is set in the heart of Lincolnshire’s dramatic Fenland, a classic market town found on the edge of the famous Wash, filled with history and character.  It has a catchment of 124,000 and is the primary retail destination within a 45 minute drive time.  Once a centre of trade, and second only to London in the United Kingdom, now farming and the food industry dominate with the surrounding land making one quarter of England’s total land utilised for horticulture.

Pescod Square Shopping Centre is Boston’s premier shopping destination.  It links Wide Bargate and Mitre Lane and incorporates the historic Pescod Hall.  The centre covers 93,000 square feet and also provides a 400 space car park off Pen Street.

Key tenants within the scheme include; Wilko, Peacocks, Next, Waterstones, Costa, Greggs and Poundland.

  • Catchment area of 124,000
  • 93,000ft open air centre
  • 400 space car park
  • Prime shopping destination in the town
  • Boston is the primary retail destination within a 45 minute drive time

The Wulfrun Shopping Centre, Wolverhampton

The City of Wolverhampton is the 13th largest city in the UK and the 2nd biggest in the West Midlands, with a population of 210,000 including 23,000 students.  Wolverhampton is situated in the heart of the West Midlands, 18 miles North West of Birmingham, 3 miles South of Stoke on Trent and 17 miles East of Telford.

Wolverhampton benefits from excellent road links being close to Junction 10 of the M6 and Junction 2 of the M54. There is a main line rail link through Birmingham to London with a local Midland Metro link directly to Birmingham. There is a 570 space NCP car park located onsite.

The Wulfrun Shopping Centre is an enclosed Shopping Centre situated in the heart of Wolverhampton’s retail centre comprising 200,000ft². The scheme forms a busy pedestrian link between Dudley Street and the Mander Shopping Centre with footfall of over 9,000,000 per year. The scheme is anchored by Primark with other key retailers including: Peacocks, Pandora, Iceland, Poundland, Savers, Card Factory, Specsavers and Greggs.

  • Wolverhampton is the second largest city in the West Midlands
  • Enclosed centre of approximately 200,000ft²
  • Footfall over 9 million a year
  • Busy pedestrian link between Dudley Street and The Mander Shopping Centre
  • 23,000 university students
  • 570 car parking spaces
  • Anchored by Primark with other key retailers including: Peacocks, Pandora, Iceland, Poundland, Savers, Card Factory, Specsavers and Greggs.

The Gracechurch Shopping Centre, Sutton Coldfield

Sutton Coldfield is an affluent town located circa 8 miles to the North East of Central Birmingham, supporting a total resident population of circa 295,000 (within a 20 minute drive time).

The 550,000 sq. ft scheme benefits from an annual footfall of circa 8 million.

The Gracechurch Centre is the prime fashion retail pitch in the town, anchored by House of Fraser (fully refurbished in 2017). Other major retailers include H&M, River Island, JD and Pandora. The centre also provides the town’s main, recently refurbished 890 space car park.

Recent lettings in the scheme include Topshop/Topman, Fat Face, Office, Swarovski, Accessorize, Flying Tiger and independent jeweller Atkinsons.

 

  • Highly affluent catchment
  • 550,000 sq ft
  • Annual footfall of circa 8 million
  • Prime fashion pitch
  • Major occupiers include H&M, River Island, JD, Pandora, Fat Face, Office and Lakeland

Park Farm Shopping Centre, Allestree

We all know from our own shopping habits that we are shopping closer to home, multiple times a week for top-up items and comparison goods. Park Farm is the perfect environment for this, with good footfall, a strong and affluent catchment, ample free parking (2 hrs) and a varied offer that includes national names such as Co-op, Boots and Wilko, and great independent businesses such as Seasons for Flowers and Bloke Barbers.

Park Farm Shopping Centre provides the principal retailing destination for Allestree located approximately one mile north of Derby City Centre.  Allestree benefits from a residential population in excess of 60,000 within a 10 minute drivetime and is located close to the main University of Derby Campus.

The Centre totals 165,000ft² of retail space across 60 units and is anchored by a Co-op Food Store, Wilko, Boots and Farm Foods.  Other occupiers include; Birds Bakers, Dominoes, Papa Johns, Scarsdale Vets, Penmark Cards and Co operative Travel.

  • Popular local Shopping Centre
  • Anchored by Wilko, Co-op, Farmfoods and Boots
  • Free onsite parking for approx. 400 vehicles
  • Centre Manager onsite
  • Shopping Centre anchored by Co-op Food, Wilko, Boots and Farmfoods
  • Close to the main University of Derby Campus

Ryemarket Shopping Centre, Stourbridge

Stourbridge is a busy, affluent town of 63,000 residents. Located in the heart of the Black Country, Stourbridge is located approximately 13 miles west of Birmingham.

Ryemarket Shopping Centre is a 165,000 sq ft, principally covered scheme anchored by Waitrose, WH Smith and Home Bargains. Other major retailers include Poundland, Bodycare, The Works, Boots and Costa. The scheme is also supported by a 241 space multi-deck car park.

  • The Ryemarket Shopping Centre is the principle covered shopping destination in Stourbridge
  • Anchored by Waitrose, WH SMith and Home Bargains
  • The scheme extends to 165,000 ft² across 32 stores
  • 78,000 strong weekly footfall
  • There is a 214 space car park with free 2 hour parking
  • Major occupiers include Costa Coffee, Holland & Barrett, Peacocks, Card Factory and Boots

Three Spires Shopping Centre, Lichfield

Lichfield is an affluent Cathedral City located approximtely 15 miles north east of Birmingham and 13 miles south west of Burton upon Trent.  Supporting a district catchment of approximately 93,000, and growing tourist numbers, Lichfield’s retail and leisure offer includes quality names such as Fat Face, White Stuff, Café Nero and Loungers, together with thriving independent businesses.

Lichfield provides a perfect blend of architecture, history, cobbled streets, affluence and tourism. This combination makes Lichfield a great retail environment, whether it’s the routine top-up shop or a leisurely browse.

Three Spires Shopping Centre sits at the heart of the retail area and provides the City’s prime trading location and parking facilities. Anchored by Debenhams, best in class High Street brands represented include Argos, WHSmith, Sports Direct, Vodafone, Boots and Mountain Warehouse. Recent lettings include those to Holland & Barrett, Flying Tiger, Coffee #1 and popular lifestyle brand Seasalt, who opened in November 2018.

  • District population of 93,000
  • The Three Spires Shopping Centre is the prime trading location in the city centre, anchored by Debenhams
  • Recent lettings include those to Holland & Barrett, Flying Tiger, Coffee #1 and popular lifestyle brand Seasalt

Flying Horse Walk, Nottingham

Flying Horse Walk is located in the heart of Nottingham, a short distance from the Old Market Square and the prime aspirational fashion pitch of Bridlesmith Gate.

The recently refurbished centre comprises of an eclectic mix of 19 independent retail boutiques, anchored by Vivienne Westwood and White Wall Galleries.

Nearby national retailers include M&S, Vidal Sasson, Austin Reed, Oasis, Castle Galleries, Patisserie Valerie.

Belvoir Shopping Centre, Coalville

The bustling Belvoir Shopping Centre in Coalville, Leicestershire offers a diverse mix of national and regional retailers.  The Scheme is anchored by Wilko, Superdrug and Home Bargains. Major retailers include Bon Marche, Boots, Poundland, Card Factory, Costa Coffee, Greggs, New Look, Dorothy Perkins, Burton and Shoe Zone.

  • 250,000 residents within 20 minutes of Coalville
  • Adjacent to Coalville Market
  • Coalville’s prime retail pitch

FHP are appointed as joint agents advising Threadneedle Investments on the ongoing leasing of the scheme which has seen continued growth and success over recent years.

St Marks Place, Newark

St Marks Place is in the heart of the affluent market town of Newark-on-Trent.  The mixture of modern malls and listed buildings create a unique feel to St Marks Place.

  • 530k residents in Newark’s Principal catchment
  • High shopper numbers – Annual visitors to Newark town centre of over 5.7m, including tourists
  • Affluent profile – Affluent Achievers and Comfortable Communities together make up 63% of residents
  • £358m shopper Non-Grocery spend catchment potential and £28m tourist spend

The Newark office of Benoy’s Architects are advising on the rebranding of the scheme for which a planning application has been submitted.

The Scheme is anchored by M&S and Wilko’s, with major retailers WH Smith, Trespass, Card Factory, Holland & Barrett, Claires and New Look.

Derbion, Derby

Derbion is one of the leading shopping destinations in the Midlands, comprising of 1.3 million square feet of retail and leisure space. The centre is anchored by M&S, Next, Boots and Sainsbury.  Major retailers include Superdry, Zara, River Island, H&M, New Look, Hotel Chocolat, Hugo Boss, Hobbs, Whistles, Skechers, Typo, All Saints, JD, Footasylum, Tiger and LUSH.

Derbion provides a strong leisure offer, anchored by a 12 screen Showcase Cinema-De-Lux, Paradise Island Golf, 18 lane Hollywood Bowl, an 800 seat food court with operators; Yangtze, Subway, KFC and Harpers to name but a few. Sat alongside leading family dining restaurants; Wagamama, TGI Friday, Zizzi, Pizza Express and Nandos.

Derby Key Facts:

  • Annual footfall of 22 million
  • Average dwell time of 124 minutes
  • 152 retail & leisure units
  • 2.3 million catchment population within 45 minutes drive time
  • 59% of the catchment in the top 3 Acorn categories
  • Average restaurant spend £29
  • Average retail spend £59
  • 69% female / 31% male shoppers

source; 2017 CACI survey.

Victoria Centre, Nottingham

Nottingham ranks in the Top 10 of the UK’s most popular and successful city centres.  Victoria Centre is Nottingham’s premier shopping destination comprising of 985,000 ft² of retail and leisure space in 104 units. The centre attracts 23 million shoppers a year.

The centre is anchored by John Lewis, House of Fraser, Boots, Next & River Island. Major retailers include Urban Outfitters, Superdry, Monsoon, Office, JD and Morphe for their first East Midlands store. The comprehensive £42 million refurbishment completed in 2015, which has led to an increase in footfall, dwell time, average spend and car park usage.

The Clocktower Dining Quarter provides a diverse catering offer including; Krispy Kreme, Tortilla, Birds, Subway, Chopstix, McDonalds, Mr Frites, Pokewaves, Ed’s Easy Diner and Monga Taiwanese Chicken (second UK store).

 

  • 23 million shoppers per annum
  • 3.08 million shoppers living with 45 minutes’ drive time
  • 21% of the catchment are Executive Wealth and Mature Money
  • 65,000 students
  • Average dwell time 76 minutes
  • Retail conversion 85%
  • Catering conversion 34%
  • 70% female / 30% male shoppers