A Clydebank buying centre has hailed a raft of latest tenants.
B&M is now occupying the outdated Watts Brothers 16,000 sq ft unit, and opened on the finish of final month.
Dunelm joined the road up at Clyde Buying Centre this month, relocating and growing the dimensions of their Clydebank retailer, and occupying the previous Dunnes 45,000 sq ft unit.
Edinburgh Home Estates has introduced that with a number of new retailer signings over the summer time, filling a complete of 70,000 sq ft of area on the centre, the centre now has extra retailers buying and selling than pre lock down.
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The brand new retailers embody Airdy Boys Shoe Restore, which opened in April, Candylicious which joined the centre in July and Alayna Status Barbers, additionally final month.
Edinburgh Home senior asset supervisor Ross Campbell mentioned: “regardless of the present challenges throughout the retail sector, we have now seen numerous new offers in Clyde over the summer time.”
He added: “It’s been an amazing group effort to make sure that we deliver the precise manufacturers to the centre and each Dunelm and B&M are implausible additions to the centre.’’
The centre can even welcome a brand new restaurant later this yr.
Andrew Forrester, centre supervisor, mentioned: “We’re delighted that Clyde Buying Centre is attracting names like Dunelm and B&M. It is a superb indication for the way forward for retail and can present jobs for the local people”.
Edinburgh Home Estates have been suggested by Savills on each the Dunelm and B&M lettings.
The corporate mentioned the location is simply eight miles from central Glasgow, and “at 775,000 sq. ft is one among Larger Glasgow’s largest buying centres, with a footfall of 10 million individuals a yr”.
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