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There is an old-fashioned hardware store and florist, as well as shops to browse for the more unusual gifts and artefacts. Queensgate shopping centre was built as part of a huge expansion programme by Peterborough Development Corporation. The aim was to attract more people to the area, mainly from London. Welcome to Whiteley – a stylish, shopping experience for Hampshire. Browse over 50 of your favourite stores, restaurants and cafés in a natural and modern environment. One of the South Coast’s most popular shopping destinations, Gunwharf Quays is filled with almost 100 designer stores and boutiques and is sure to offer something for every taste and budget.

Schuh Step into spring in style with a new pair of shoes from Schuh. ALLSAINTS Find effortless spring dresses for every occasion waiting for you in-store. Boscombe’s beautiful Royal Arcade filled with independent shops, boutiques and bazaars selling niche clothing, bric-a-brac, collectables and coffee. Of course, it’s easy to pop in and pick up your groceries and everyday essentials. But you’ll also find the latest fashions, gifts, entertainment and more, with plenty of choice at the Food Hub too.

Before the rise of online shopping, development of large centres had transformed shopping into an exciting leisure experience. Victoria Gate has to be one of the most striking shopping centres in Leeds. There’s a sense of luxury which extends from the architecture to the brands you’ll find here – and the restaurants above. The scent of coffee wafts through the doors of Pret, and you’ll find a rich range of places to grab a bite to eat. In October 1982, the contract was awarded to the Laing company.

Trinity Leeds continues to wow, with its imaginative use of space and wide range of shops. There’s Lego and The Entertainer to keep the kids happy, a large Apple Store, the sweet temptations of Lindt and that’s before you’ve even got round to the fashion offering. With Urban Outfitters, Next, Hollister and Victoria’s Secret here, there’s something for everyone. Add in the brilliant Trinity Kitchen street food hall with its mix of permanent and pop-up vendors, the Everyman Cinema and seasonal events, and it’s the perfect modern shopping centre. County Mall in Crawley, the one-stop shopping hotspot based in Sussex, is one of the largest shopping centres in the county and a hub for family shoppers.

Whether you’re shopping for clothes, homeware or the latest tech, your city has everything you need. The largest Shopping Park in UK is located in Bournemouth just 4 miles out of the main town centre and beaches. Castlepoint offers the very best of high street brands, along with dining options so you can have a really fabulous shopping experience.

The Bull Ring was the first indoor city-centre shopping centre in the UK. At the time, it was one of the largest enclosed shopping centres outside America. Castle Quay shopping centre is Oxfordshire’s premier shopping destination. Over 80 of your favourite stores combine with cafes and food outlets to make Castle Quay shopping centre the number one choice.

Surrounded by towering 50 metre high chalk cliffs, the buildings stand amidst tranquil lakes, trees and parkland with plenty of outdoor activities including rowing boats and rock climbing.

Get your shop on at Boots, The Range and EE, while there’s an M&S Foodhall too. H&M, JD, Card Factory, The Works, The Entertainer, Mountain Warehouse, Next, TK Maxx – it’s a place that covers a lot of ground. If you want to make a day of it, dine at Nando’s, Humpit or Gino D’Acampo then try out the mini golf at the first Puttstars centre in the UK. As the biggest inner-city shopping centre in the country, we bring the best shopping, food, drink and entertainment together under one roof. Get everything that you need and make lasting memories at the same time.

Laing won the contract for the development in 1975, however various planning and design changes delayed the start of construction until April 1978. Many old buildings were demolished on the 17-acre site, including a derelict factory which had been the original premises of Peterborough’s engineering firm Perkins. On the boundary, an old public house and a group of almshouses were preserved. The development was not without problems however, and it suffered from many shop closures during the recession of the early 1990s. In 2002, it was bought by The Mall Company and a multi-million pound redevelopment programme was launched. Wood Green Shopping City, now The Mall Wood Green, is a giant complex with a unique design.

Just minutes off junction 6 of the M3, The Malls has plenty of car parking and is opposite Basingstoke train station. Whether you’re driving, walking, cycling or using public transport, getting to Brent Cross couldn’t be easier. We are also proud to work in collaboration with AccessAble to give you detailed information about accessibility at Brent Cross.