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Old February 24th, 2012, 02:01 PM   #361
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Some interesting figures! Liking the direct comparison between multiples and independents but I wonder how those figures do against other similar centres, say like Chester or Hereford. It would have been interesting to see just how prolific charity shops were, too. (Did you include those as chain stores or 'other commercial'?)

Interesting that you also record retail vacanacy as 12.8% across the board and including Frankwell and the Abbey etc. I've compiled a map (nicked from the Tesco planning documents) which puts retail-only vacancy within the river loop at 12.9% by unit number. The LDC figures always seemed suspect. Here's my map. It's amazing though that we can compile these things but that the main databases can be so out of date that properties going on the market now can still be incorrect.. eg. Shoon with Animal, Jane Norman, Ann Harvey and Past Times supposedly still occupied; and Bon Marche showing Butcher Row half-vacant.
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I was in two minds what to do with charity shops, maybe I should have made a separate category for them. In the end I put the into the 'chain retail' category. I'd estimate that there are maybe 10-15 charity shops in there in total.

'Other commercial' was mostly hairdressers, beauty salons etc plus some bookies and a few assorted extras.

I think the Jane Norman shop is now reoccupied by an independent clothing retailer, Past Times is definitely shut though now. You can see how the retail is ever-changing as you walk around, I saw a few 'closing down sales' and very recently closed shops but also several unoccupied units being fitted for new traders.

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Old February 25th, 2012, 08:34 PM   #363
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First time I'd heard of this for Stoke today, Are the dates still correct for opening?

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A new regional retail and leisure destination, the scheme is set to transform shopping in Stoke-on-Trent, one of the UK’s top 15 cities*.

Work has already started on the first phase - a new landmark bus station, which is due to open in 2012.

City Sentral overview:

650,000 sq ft
1 department store, 12 MSUs and more than 70 stores
11 food & beverage units
80-bed hotel
Multi-screen cinema
Parking for 1,000 cars
Due for completion in 2015, City Sentral will serve one of the most significant untapped catchments in the UK and make Stoke-on-Trent a top 30 UK retail destination*.
Retail Development opening 2015?




and new bus station opening 2012?


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http://www.citysentral.co.uk/index.html
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Old February 25th, 2012, 10:00 PM   #364
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Seems it is going ahead! Will be great for Stoke

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City Sentral in Hanley will fill vacant shops, says Realis Estates
FEBRUARY 24, 2012 RIK PACKER NO COMMENTS

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By Rik Packer & Chris Edwards: The new City Sentral development in Hanley could help to fill vacant shops, developer Realis Estates claims.

It comes just weeks after a national survey revealed that a quarter of all Stoke-on-Trent retail units are empty.

Duncan Mathieson, managing director of the City Sentral development company, says there is no doubt the site will attract new businesses.

“Those units will be let up in time, but everything does take time,” he said.

“I certainly believe it gives Stoke-on-Trent the best opportunity to maximise its position.

“What we are doing is providing a regional shopping centre, which will make Stoke-on-Trent a greater draw to the public and other retailers to come into the city.”


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Mr Mathieson responded to concerns the development could stifle independent trade and believes the new site will create a ‘dumbell effect’ with the Potteries Shopping Centre.

“It will pull footfall out of the Potteries, onto the surrounding streets - that can be the independent stores and the national chains.

“It will spread the city centre far more, which can only benefit the independent retailers who are sighting those locations at the moment.”

Local independent trader Drew Sanger believes the development is what Stoke-on-Trent needs to compete with Manchester and Birmingham.

“I’ve been here for 20 years and I’m still waiting for the city centre to come up to a modern city scale and City Sentral is definitely a step in that direction.”

The Dazed Retail owner added: “We need something glitzy and big to draw people into the city and I think City Sentral promises to do that.”

Construction has started on the new bus station and work on the new shopping complex should begin once the station is complete in 2013.
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Old February 25th, 2012, 10:03 PM   #365
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Apparently

M&S will be the anchor department store
VUE cinemas are signed up
Travelodge are likely hotel operator

http://pitsnpots.co.uk/news/2012/02/...al-whos-coming
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Old February 27th, 2012, 10:48 PM   #366
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University of Worcester's 47-acre development gets boost

Last updated: 27th Feb 2012 at 08:20am | |
By Edward Devlin, Midlands Correspondent

The masterplan for the development of a 670,000 sq ft science, enterprise and environment park on the edge of Worcester is on track to get the green light this week.

Planning officers at the city council have recommended proposals be approved for the 47-acre Grove Farm site, now called University Park, which are expected to create up to 2,000 jobs.
The university appointed property company Wrenbridge as its joint venture partner in June 2011 to develop ten acres of the park, which will incorporate an innovation centre and a 225,000 sq ft business and science park. An 80-bedroom hotel and a health and fitness centre is also proposed for the park.

The site will be divided into three campuses: a learning campus for the university, a health and well-being campus, as well as the business and enterprise campus.

The first phase of the development is for the construction of a health centre and doctors’ surgery for the local community, which would relocate the St Johns House Surgery from its existing premises, which are no longer considered fit for purpose.

"University Park offers a very exciting opportunity to create a dynamic new centre for our region,” David Green, University of Worcester vice chancellor, told Insider.

"The university is deeply committed to working in partnership with businesses and scientific and health organisations to create a vibrant productive centre of the 21st-century economy."

He added: "University Park will not only help us share knowledge and expertise for mutual benefit, it will provide new facilities and job opportunities for the people of the region."
The development is a long-term, 20-year project for the university, which bought the site in 2007.

Plans, which have been recommended for full permission for the health centre and outline permission for the rest of the proposals, will be scruntinised by Worcester City Council planning committee on 1 March.

Green said: "We are delighted that the planning officers have recommended the application for approval. University Park in Worcester provides a most exciting economic and educational development opportunity."

Work could start on phase one in the spring, with completion expected by the end of 2013, Wrenbridge managing director Peter Jarman confirmed to Insider.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 12:49 PM   #367
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County Ground hotel plans get green light

11:30am Friday 2nd March 2012 in Worcester

PLANS: An artist’s impression of how the proposed New Road hotel development will look



MULTI-MILLION pound proposals for a hotel at Worcestershire County Cricket Club’s New Road headquarters have been given the go-ahead despite some grumbles about its appearance.

Members of Worcester City Council’s planning committee voted seven to three, with one abstention, to approve the scheme for a major upgrade of the ground.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 02:01 PM   #368
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That looks much better than what they had planned a few years ago. Would be great if the white building were to incrementally step down in height towards that all important cathedral view, that way it would bend nicely with the vista instead of competing with it.

Cycled past the new library last weekend, the building and the landscaping are looking superb. Might have to take the train to Malvern just to see how it looks from the railway.
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Decision deferred on first phase of University Park

Last updated: 2nd Mar 2012 at 08:32am | |
The first phase of the development of a 670,000 sq ft science and enterprise park on the edge of Worcester has yet to be passed by councillors.

The decision on the construction of the state-of-the-art medical centre was deferred by councillors for negotiations on design grounds.

However, the outline application for the rest of the mixed-use development for the 47-acre Grove Farm site, now called University Park, was given the green light by Worcester City Council yesterday (1 March 2012).

Councillors also scrutinised Worcestershire County Cricket Club's £10m ground redevelopment at yesterday's planning meeting.

Proposals for a 120-bedroom Premier Inn and new conference and sporting facilities at the ground were approved, with construction now expected to start in September.

University of Worcester's plans for its site include a learning campus for the university, a health and well-being campus and a business and enterprise campus.

The first phase of the development is for the construction of a health centre and doctors' surgery for the local community, which would relocate the St Johns House Surgery from its existing premises.

Planning officers had recommended the plans for approval but the council deferred the decision to look again at the design at a later date.

The development, which is expected to create up to 2,000 jobs, is a long-term, 20-year project for the university, which bought the site in 2007.
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New riverside shopping centre given planning approval!

http://www.newriverside-shrewsbury.co.uk/
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Noticed the other day that the new housing development on the old Severn Apprentice pub site is coming along rapidly, looks pretty good I think....

http://www.allistergodfrey.com/case-...e-development/



Also the development work on the Gay Meadow site has started in earnest...

http://www.dwh.co.uk/Find-A-Home/New...Meadow/?mode=2



And finally ground has been broken on the new Premier Inn hotel project on the old Telephone House site...

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Old April 16th, 2012, 11:50 PM   #372
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Have to agree about the old Severn Apprentice pub site, liking that architectural style. It goes beyond mock and re-interprets.

Alterations to Princess House were approved today - only after several revisions. Can't say they're great but with any luck an application for alterations to the upper floors will go in shortly and the whole lot will get done at the same time.

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Anchor tenant for New Riverside centre revealed, no great surprise, but things seem to be progressing nicely....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...shire-17771893

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Debenhams to be Shrewsbury shopping centre 'anchor tenant'



A major department store has agreed to be the "anchor tenant" at a Shropshire shopping centre, according to developers.

Debenhams will move into Shrewsbury's Riverside centre as part of a £150m redevelopment that will create other shops, restaurants, bars and offices.

Owners UK Commercial Property Trust (UKCPT) who own all three of Shrewsbury's main shopping centres said a pre-let agreement had been signed with the store.

Shropshire County Council granted planning permission last month.

The redevelopment also features a 300-space underground car park and would connect the centre to the Darwin and Pride Hill centres.

The chairman of UKCPT, Christopher Hill, said: "The Council's decision to approve our plans and the signing of a pre-let with a leading national department store operator in Debenhams represent a major step forward for the planned New Riverside redevelopment.

"With these critical milestones achieved, UKCPT will continue to progress its plans for the scheme, while assessing all options for the creation of maximum value on behalf of its shareholders."
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Anchor tenant for New Riverside centre revealed, no great surprise, but things seem to be progressing nicely....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england...shire-17771893
Good to know it isn't dead in the water before it's got going!

Noticed today that the (temporary) furniture store in the former Bonmarche on Pride Hill is closing Sunday. That must mean that the 'Under Offer' status it's had the last few weeks is progressing to close the deal. Any guesses!?
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I'm quite surprised it wasn't a John Lewis, but a Debenhams makes sense too. Good to know this is still going ahead. Whenever we go to Shrewsbury we go in Darwin and around the town, but never touch Pride Hill or Riverside, because my family thinks there's "nothing there". And well, they're probably right, for now. But in the future...
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Retail giant Marks & Spencer has won permission to build a £40m out-of-town store in Newcastle-under-Lyme.

The 140,000 sq ft outlet planned for Wolstanton Retail Park is expected to create more than 200 jobs. M&S is also liaising with Newcastle-under-Lyme Council to explore options for a Simply Food shop in the town centre.

The council's planners recommended approval for the development, subject to the retailer entering into section 106 obligations.

Conditions attached to the green light for the scheme include a £100,000 payment towards delivering the objectives of the Town Centre Partnership.

An M&S spokesman told Insider: "We are delighted that Newcastle Borough Council's planning committee has approved proposals for a new Marks & Spencer store at Wolstanton Retail Park. We are committed to bringing all that M&S has to offer to our customers in the area.

"We are liaising with council officials to explore potential options for a Simply Food in Newcastle town centre."

A condition for M&S to commit to a Simply Food store in the town centre was completely removed from the planning agenda. However, a council spokesman said: "M&S will try to open one but it's not a condition." M&S previously closed its Simply Food store in the town centre in 2009.

Other conditions the retailer must meet, which were worked on by the Newcastle Chamber of Trade, include the provision of a bus service to connect the site to and from the town, with £10,000 toward bus stop infrastructure.

M&S must also pay £94,331 towards the Newcastle Transport and Development Strategy (NTADS); commit to continue to trade from its Hanley store for at lease five years from opening at Wolstanton; and a commit to take part in training workshops for existing or potential retailers in the town centre.

Newcastle Chamber of Trade president Carl Evans told Insider: "It's excellent news for the town. What struck us was that it was good to deal with a major retailer which was actually taking account of a town centre close by which was having problems. In our view it was really positive.

"The best possible legal outcome was achieved with the list of conditions attached to the development."

Following the approval, the council is now writing to the local government secretary Eric Pickles to sign off on the scheme. The development could be open by spring 2014.

Neale Clifton, executive director for regeneration and revelopment at the council, told Insider: "The council has satisfied itself that the store is a sustainable development which will bring economic benefits to the borough.

"We've also taken steps to ensure the scheme includes a range of measures designed to improve the economic vitality of the town centre.

"It is a matter now for the secretary of state to consider whether he wishes to call-in the application.
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Thanks for keeping us up to date Jonesy! That Allister Godfrey building looks pretty decent, and good news regarding the new shopping centre - I haven't read this thread for a while

There are some attractive new visuals on the website: http://www.newriverside-shrewsbury.c...-community.htm
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Details of the Queen's visit to Worcester revealed

http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/...e_Hive/?ref=mr

New boathouse is officially open

http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/...ficially_open/

Restaurant chain moving in to city

http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/...o_city/?ref=mr

Patience wears thin over Sainsbury’s eyesores

http://www.worcesternews.co.uk/news/...___s_eyesores/
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'Two months on' update:-

Retail vacancy is now at about 11.4% vs a national average of 14.6%. I added the bottom of Wyle Cop and all of Castle Gates to my map since the last update so some of the decrease from 12.8% will be because of that. But we're down a good 0.5-1.0% in the last few months. Definitely a positive change, anyway.

NEW OPENINGS

Zizzi, Bistro Jacques and Eat Up (above Bellini) now all open.



Retro takes over from Ripe on Grope Lane. The former Thrives on Neglect shop at Princess House, The Square, looks like it has a new temporary tenant. Hunter Dunn are a Shrewsbury-based online retailer, presumably trying out trade on the 'high street'.

CLOSURES

Clinton Cards stores in the Pride Hill and Darwin centres have both closed as I'm sure you'll know, pushing the three centres' vacancy rate to 36.3% or 37 of 102 units!

Thomas Cook, Castle Street, has closed and the unit is listed as available for lease. Makes sense, given their larger Pride Hill branch.

UPCOMING OPENINGS

Templeton Jones, currently trading from The Parade, is opening in the former PaNash unit behind Rackhams on Princess Street (great quality posters for an indie in the windows atm).

Hotter Shoes will be opening in the former Jane Norman unit (and where O.M.G. are temporarily trading). They'll be putting in an entrance onto Pride Hill.



T. H. Baker Jewellers are to move three doors up Pride Hill into the former Bonmarche unit. Bit dull but they'll definitely be smartening the shop front up. The massive Bonmarche fascia board will be halved and they'll be making a few architectural revisions to better complement the historic fabric of the building.



New supermarket development behind the BP Garage, Meole Brace

A new 21,500 sq ft (gross), 13,000 sq ft (est. net) supermarket planning application has been submitted. At first, it looked a lot like a new Lidl or Aldi but after visiting the developer's website, I'm convinced it's a small-format ASDA. Some of the wording in the Design & Access statement gives it away a bit too, suggesting that the current ASDA does not cater well to residents from the south west of Shrewsbury. (Not sure I agree entirely with that). The architecture is also similar to two other developments by the developer in Aylesbury and Bangor. The ASDA CGI is of Aylesbury.


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I notice an article in this weeks Shrewsbury Chronicle on town centre occupancy rates quoting independent research by local resident and budding retail property consultant Sam Stockley......
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