SHOPPING CENTRES ENGLAND

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SHOPPING CENTRES ENGLAND


World Wide Shopping Mall UK  
world wide shopping mall in uk offer Toy shop,Body and Beauty shop and shoe shop etc.

Brent Cross  
Brent Cross (also know as Brent X) in London is best known as the first shopping centre of its kind to be built in the UK.

Allders  
Allders is an independent department store in Croydon, Surrey, England. The store was established by Joshua Allder in 1862. It is currently the fourth largest department store in the United Kingdom.





Edmonton Green Shopping Centre  
Edmonton Green Shopping Centre is a major shopping centre in Edmonton in the east of the London Borough of Enfield. Located close to Edmonton Green railway station and many bus routes.

The Glades (Bromley)  
The Glades is a shopping centre part-owned by Capital Shopping Centres. It is located in Bromley, South-East London. It has a total of 108 stores trading from a combined floorspace of 421,000 sq ft. It is the home of a large Waterstones book store (formally Ottakar's).

Harlequin Shopping Centre  
The Harlequin Centre in Watford is the biggest shopping centre in Hertfordshire, England. It is run by Capital Shopping Centres and is visited by over 17 million customers each year. It opened officially in 1992.

Hay's Galleria  
Hay's Galleria is a riverside shopping arcade and entertainment venue in the London Borough of Southwark situated on the south bank of the River Thames. It is a converted wharf, built in 1856 by Sir William Cubitt and originally known as Hay's Wharf, named after its owner, the merchant Alexander Hay.

Lewisham Shopping Centre  
Lewisham Shopping Centre, formerly Riverdale Centre, is a shopping mall located in Lewisham, London, United Kingdom. The mall has seen a 7% rise in footfall since the Docklands Light Railway extension came to Lewisham.

Liberty Shopping Centre  
The Liberty Shopping Centre, also known as the Liberty, is a covered shopping mall located in Romford in East London. The centre takes its name from the Royal Liberty of Havering and is owned by property company Hammerson.


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The Mall (Edgware)  
The Mall, or The Mall Broadwalk (TMB), formerly known as The Broadwalk, is a shopping centre located in Edgware, London. It is owned by The Mall Company. The Mall Broadwalk is a single storey shopping centre and holds over 30 shops including Sainsbury's, Marks and Spencer, New Look, Topshop, Burtons, Bay, and Evans, as well as public toilets and baby changing facilities.

O2 Centre  
The O2 Centre is an indoor shopping and leisure centre on Finchley Road, London, near Finchley Road tube station.

The Mall (Wood Green)  
The Mall Wood Green is a large shopping centre and residential complex in North London. It is generally still referred to by its former name of Wood Green Shopping City; the signage on the building still uses that name.

Surrey Quays Shopping Centre  
Surrey Quays Shopping Centre is a shopping centre in Rotherhithe, South East London. It was built as part of the regeneration of the Surrey Commercial Docks area by the London Docklands Development Corporation.

Westfield London  
Westfield London will be a large shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush, London, United Kingdom. The centre is being developed by the Westfield Group.

Whitgift Centre  
The Whitgift Centre is a large shopping centre and office block in Croydon, London, which officially opened in 1970. The centre will be expanded as part of the Croydon Vision 2020 scheme.

Whiteleys  
Whiteleys was London's first department store, located in the Bayswater area of London, England. The store's main entrance was located on Queensway. It is now a shopping centre.

Chapelfield  
Chapelfield is a large indoor shopping mall located on the edge of Norwich city centre, on the site previously occupied by the Caleys (later Rowntree Mackintosh and Nestlé) chocolate factory.

Grand Arcade (Cambridge)  
The Grand Arcade is a large shopping development in Cambridge, England. It is anchored by the John Lewis Partnership whose store (formerly Robert Sayle) is situated to the south-east of the site, which opened on 8th November 2007, prior to the rest of the development, which opened on 27th March 2008.

Howard Centre  
The Howard Centre is an established shopping centre in Welwyn Garden City. It is named after Sir Ebenezer Howard, founder of the Garden City movement.

Lakeside Shopping Centre  
The Lakeside Shopping Centre is a large out-of-town shopping centre located in West Thurrock, in the borough of Thurrock, Essex just beyond the eastern boundary of Greater London. It opened on October 25, 1990.

Market Gates Shopping Centre  
one of the largest shopping mall in united kingdom.

Queensgate shopping centre  
The Queensgate shopping centre in the United Kingdom, is situated at Peterborough city centre in Cambridgeshire.

Serpentine Green  
Serpentine Green is a shopping centre, opened February 8, 1999, located in the Hampton Hargate district of Southern Peterborough in England.

East Midlands Designer Outlet  
The East Midlands Designer Outlet, run by the company McArthur Glen, is a shopping complex of 70 stores located at South Normanton, Derbyshire in the East Midlands, just off Junction 28 of the M1. 14 million people live within 90 minutes’ drive of the centre and 2.7 million shoppers visit each year. There is parking capacity for 1,200 vehicles.

Fosse Park  
Fosse Park is one of Britain's biggest out-of-town shopping parks, and is situated near Leicester, England.

Haymarket Centre  
The Haymarket is a shopping centre in the city centre of Leicester, England. It opened in 1974, and is located immediately to the east of the Clock Tower

The Shires  
The Shires is a shopping centre in Leicester, England. It shares its name with a smaller centre in Trowbridge, Wiltshire. It was opened in 1991 to supplement the ageing and run-down Haymarket Centre. It was built on a central location within the city centre on Eastgates and High Street. Frontages of buildings that were demolished were retained and new external construction was in a mock-olde style.

Westfield Derby  
Westfield Derby (still commonly known by its previous name, The Eagle Centre) is a large indoor shopping centre in centre of Derby, UK jointly owned by Westfield and Hermes. It is the largest shopping centre in the East Midlands, whether measured by floor area (106,130 m²) or number of shops (150).

Victoria Centre, Nottingham  
The Victoria Centre is a large shopping centre in the city of Nottingham, England. The centre has a retail floor space of 91,135 m² (981,000 ft²) and 116 shops [1]. Its two main host stores are John Lewis and House of Fraser and it has the Boots the Chemist- which was founded in Nottingham - flagship store.

Westfield Broadmarsh  
Westfield Broadmarsh (Formerly known as The Broadmarsh Shopping Centre) is the southern end shopping centre in Nottingham, England, owned by the Australian company The Westfield Group.

The Mall Preston  
The Mall Preston, formerly The Mall St George, or St George's Centre, is a shopping centre in the city of Preston in Lancashire, England.

The Mall Blackburn  
The Mall Blackburn is a Shopping Centre that serves the town of Blackburn, Lancashire England and is owned by the The Mall Company.

Manchester Arndale  
Manchester Arndale (known locally as The Arndale Centre or just The Arndale) is a large shopping centre in Manchester City Centre, England.

Darwin Shopping Centre  
The Darwin Shopping Centre is a small shopping mall in central Shrewsbury, the county town of Shropshire, England.The centre is located on the main shopping area of the town, Pride Hill. It is joined to the Riverside Mall and subsequently the Pride Hill Shopping Centre via Raven Meadows.

Maylord Shopping Centre  
Maylord Shopping Centre is a shopping centre in Hereford, England, jointly operated by Prudential and Herefordshire Council. Anchor stores include TK Maxx and Next, amongst its total of 50 shops.

Pallasades Shopping Centre  
The Pallasades is a 1960s shopping centre located in Birmingham, UK. The centre was built as part of the renovation of New Street Station, and is located above the station. It is currently owned by the Agora Max Shopping Centre Fund, a property fund of Warner Estate, having been sold by its previous owners, The Mall, in 2005.

Ropewalk Shopping Centre  
The Ropewalk Shopping Centre is a shopping centre in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England. It has two floors retail stores, including high street retailers, and also a car park.

Merry Hill Shopping Centre  
The Merry Hill Shopping Centre is a shopping centre in Brierley Hill, West Midlands, England. It was built by Tarmac Construction. The first businesses moved into the complex in 1985 and the original centre was fully occupied by 1989.

Coppergate Shopping Centre  
The shopping centre houses many shops, cafe's and museums, including the Jorvik Viking Centre. Owned by City of York Council, the centre is an open-air shopping promenade with covered walkways, and large public squares with fountains and planting beds, set with seats and coffee shops.

Alhambra Centre  
The The Mall Barnsley is Barnsley's main shopping complex, housing 41 shops and adjacent to Barnsley Market. At various points during the year, it plays host to the visiting German Market which also runs through the main shopping streets and is very popular in the run up to the festive season. It is owned and operated by The Mall Company, a large company that operates shopping centres throughout the UK.

Princes Quay  
Princes Quay is a shopping centre in the heart of Kingston upon Hull, East Yorkshire, England. The centre is unusual in that it is built on stilts over Princes Dock after which it is named.

White Rose Centre  
The White Rose Centre is a shopping centre in Morley, West Yorkshire, England. It spans two floors and is linked to by major motorways. It takes its name from the White Rose of York, the traditional symbol of Yorkshire. The Upper Level houses the Centre's 'Upper Circle' food court. There are 4,800 free car parking spaces, security arrangements, and Centre 'Ambassadors' to help customers with heavy parcels and those needing extra assistance.

Kingdom Shopping Centre  
The Kingdom Centre forms the main shopping element of Glenrothes town centre. It is the largest indoor shopping centre in Fife and is one of the largest single-level indoor shopping centres in Scotland with around 40,000 sq m (430,000 sq ft) of (gross) floorspace.

H1> The Mall Trinity  
The Mall Trinity (formerly The Trinity Shopping Centre) is a one floor shopping centre in Aberdeen, Scotland. It is often referred to as The Mall Aberdeen. The Mall Trinity has its own Gold Award Car Park

Silverburn Centre  
The Silverburn Centre is a new 'out of town' shopping centre located on Barrhead Road in Pollok, south of Glasgow, Scotland. The development replaces the 75 acre (214,000 square ft) Pollok centre with a brand new 1,500,000-square-foot (100,000 m²) shopping centre, anchored by Tesco, Next, Marks & Spencer and Debenhams.

Wellgate Centre  
The Wellgate Shopping Centre is one of the two main shopping centres located in the city centre of Dundee, Scotland, the other being the Overgate Centre.

Kingsway Shopping Centre  
The Kingsway Shopping Centre is the principal under-cover shopping centre in the city of Newport, South Wales in the United Kingdom. H1> Armada Centre  
The Armada Shopping Centre was established in the heart of Plymouth in Devon, England in 1986 and is laid out on three floors with Sainsburys occupying the upper floor. Other popular retailers that are housed on the ground floor are Wilkosons, Laura Ashleys, Silverstall, Ham and Sewell and Peacocks. It was refurbished in 2004.

Atlantic Village  
Atlantic Village is a designer outlet shopping complex at Bideford in the English county of Devon. The centre includes more than 25 shops and restaurants, including Cadbury, Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Salt Rock, selling goods at a discount to high street prices.

Priory Meadow Shopping Centre  
Priory Meadow Shopping Centre is a shopping centre in Hastings, East Sussex, England. The centre was opened in 1997 by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.