Camberley refurb under way

Phase Two of the Square’s £8m enhancement programme kicks off

Work has begun on the next phase of The Square’s, Camberley transformational refurbishment programme. Having successfully completed the refurbishment of the shopping mall from the High Street entrance, work now progresses to the main square and the mall linking the main anchors – House of Fraser, Primark and Boots.

Prince of Wales Walk, the central square, and Cambridge Walk will all receive a similar treatment of new fascias, floors, signage and lighting to that which has transformed Grace Reynolds Walk.

The central square at the heart of the shopping centre, will be given a spectacular make-over, and will include a dramatic new focal point lighting feature, plus a new seating area. Meanwhile the entrances have all been refreshed with the new branding.

The shopping centre was purchased by Surrey Heath Borough Council in November 2016 in a deal worth around £86m and as part of a wider £110m investment in the town centre to ‘kick-start’ its regeneration. The 460,000 sq ft covered shopping centre is home to more than 100 national and independent retailers. Anchored by House of Fraser, Boots and Primark with leading high street brands including River Island, JD, Waterstones, TK Maxx, Smiggle, TopShop, Patisserie Valerie, Costa and Monsoon.

Joint leasing agents are Colliers International and Smith Price. Montagu Evans is providing investment and asset management. The architect for the refurbishment work is Haskoll.

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