£100m Liverpool Shopping Park signs up eight more retailers including Next and Superdrug

Raft of new tenants follows the opening of the park on October 20 and now sees the first phase 85% let with flagship retailer including  M&S Food Hall, H&M, Outfit, Smyths Toys, Boots and River Island

40ft Liver Bird made out of Meccano on the site of the new £100m Liverpool Shopping Park. Picture by Gareth Jones


Eight more retailers have joined the line-up at the new Liverpool Shopping Park, totalling more than 44,000 sq ft of new lettings.

High-street brands Superdrug, Regatta, The Works and Foot Asylum/Drome have all opened their doors and will be joined by discount household retailer Wilko, fashion retailer Next, shoe retailer Clarks and bakery chain Gregg’s, in early 2018.

All of the new retailers will take space in the Western Quarter  the distinct horseshoe of 17 retail units which front on to Edge Lane. Greggs will take a unit close to the park’s main entrance, near to Chiquito and Subway. 

The raft of new tenants follows the opening of the park on October 20 and now sees the first phase 85% let. One of the park’s flagship retailers, M&S Food Hall, opened last week to join H&M, Outfit, Smyths Toys, Boots and River Island among others. Three more lettings will be announced in the New Year.

James Maule-Ffinch, senior asset manager for park owner The Derwent Group said: “The opening of Liverpool Shopping Park has really strengthened the city’s out of town retail market and these new lettings are testament to the appetite amongst retailers to join the scheme.  

Although some of these lettings won’t turn into store openings until the first part of 2018, they keep positive momentum going on site and give customers plenty of new reasons to keep coming back. We’re confident the final three units in phase one will be let shortly.”

The Derwent Group has pledged that for every £100 its tenants pay in rent, £42 will go directly to good causes, many of which will be in Merseyside.

McMullen Wilson, Petch & Co and CSP Curson Sowerby are the acting retail and leisure agents.

Full list of tenants signed up so far:

  • Smyths Toys – 14,996 sq ft
  • River Island – 6,559 sq ft
  • H&M – 13,049 sq ft
  • TK Maxx – 10,000 sq ft
  • Subway – 1,300 sq ft
  • B&Q – 49,000 sq ft
  • M&S Foodhall – 11,024 sq ft
  • Boots –10,055 sq ft
  • Outfit – 10,031 sq ft
  • Chiquito – 4,000 sq ft
  • Hollywood Bowl – 27,435 sq ft
  • JD Sports – 5,493 sq ft
  • Footasylum/Drome – 6,836 sq ft
  • Frankie & Benny’s – 4,000 sq ft
  • Superdrug  – 5,988 sq ft
  • Regatta – 3,152 sq ft
  • Wilko – 10,315 sq ft
  • Next – 10,330
  • Clarks – 3,042 sq ft
  • The Works – 3,665 sq ft
  • Greggs – 1,389 sq ft

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