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  • Kingfisher Shopping Centre

  • Kingfisher Shopping Centre

  • Kingfisher Shopping Centre

Kingfisher Shopping Centre
Redditch

Originally built in the 1970s under the auspices of the Redditch Development Corporation, The Kingfisher Shopping Centre consisted predominantly of 60,000 m2 of retail trading space, served by four peripheral multi storey car parks, all within the Ring Road of the New Town. In addition the ownership extends to include control of the towns bus station and market square. Having acted for Thornfield on a number of projects over recent years Seymour Harris Architecture were lead consultants when the design team was assembled during negotiations to purchase the centre in 1998. Since then the practice has provided the expertise to integrate and control all future expansion, development and refurbishment. The initial proposals for Redditch primarily consisted of seven separate development opportunities, budgeted at an approximate cost of 60 million. Implementation was then determined by retailer led interest and requirements to provide space commensurate with current requirements. Three of the major opportunities have now been completed consisting of:- Development One and Four: New build retail and leisure developments that include a newly created Bus Station with links to the existing centre and space for a 7,500m2 Debenhams. Development Six: Refurbishment of an existing two level mall and the subdivision of existing units either side to include provision of space for JJB Sports and T K Maxx. Following the above the centre was sold to Scottish Widows and we have been retained to advise on future opportunities.


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