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Salford Shopping Centre comprises Salford’s strongest retail location and is a vital & vibrant centre

  • 280,000 sq ft existing retail space

    The centre provides 285,011 sq ft (26,478sqm) of accommodation over a single trading level arranged around five covered malls. The centre is 94% let (significantly below national average) and has 91 tenants.

  • 130,000 sq ft Tesco adjacent to development

    The new Tesco store opened in November 2012. The superstore together with the Shopping Centre will undoubtedly draw custom from a greater catchment area.

  • Public Realm connecting Tesco & the Shopping Centre

    The new Tesco store opening coincided with the completion of the new pedestrianised public realm area ensuring that the superstore integrates with the centre. The new public space provides high quality paving, green spaces, public seating areas and a central main square. This has created an enhanced shopping experience between Salford Shopping Centre and Tesco Extra, linking the two together to the benefit of both shoppers and businesses

  • Free car parking

    Following the opening of the new Tesco store and the Public Realm, Salford Shopping Centre now operates a three hour free stay for visitors.

Anchor Stores

  • Brighthouse
  • Farm Foods
  • Grainger Games
  • Greggs
  • Heron Foods
  • Iceland
  • Peacocks
  • Post Office
  • Pound World
  • Subway
  • Wilkinsons
  • Vodafone
  • Boots
  • William Hill
  • Holland and Barrett
  • Phones 4 U

Catchment Area

  • 195k catchment residents
  • Loyal customer base – annual footfall of 6m shoppers
  • Strong shopper penetration – 42% of residents use Salford Shopping Centre a regular shopping destination
  • £274m – total shopper spend on Non-Grocery goods
  • Pre-Family orientated – proportion of Pre-Family households are 32% above North West (NW) average

Young Catchment

  • Salford has a young age profile with high proportions of residents aged 16-24 and 25-44, respectively 22% and 12% above the NW average
  • This is a desirable age profile for retail as these age groups typically spend more on comparison goods than older residents
  • Fashion spend is typically high among aged 16-24s

Exceptional Visit Frequency

  • 91 visits per annum, averaging out at nearly twice per week
  • Loyal customer base – annual footfall of 6m shoppers
© Salford Shopping Centre 2013