British Land has signed five new lettings at Meadowhall to Flannels, Neal’s Yard, Godiva, Tag Heuer and Nespresso, along with four store redesigns for House of Fraser, All Saints, Hollister and Hugo Boss.
Luxury fashion store, Flannels, will open a 10,000-sq ft store in May. Organic natural health and beauty retailer, Neal’s Yard, will open a 700-sq ft store in the summer. Luxury Belgian chocolatier, Godiva, joins the line up with a 1,700-sq ft experience-led concept store in August. Swiss watch manufacturer, Tag Heuer, will open a 1,820-sq ft store, its largest in the UK. And following the successful launch of its kiosk in the centre, Nespresso, will open a permanent 1,200-sq ft store.
Richard Crowther, asset manager for British Land, said: “Our strategy is to ensure Meadowhall’s offer reflects consumers’ changing modern lifestyles. Attracting these premium brands to the line-up achieves this objective and is a great endorsement of the enhanced environment we and our occupiers are creating at the centre.”
CBRE, Smith Young and Davis Coffer Lyons are letting agents. Rawstron Johnson and Ewan Mackay represented Flannels and Neal’s Yard respectively. CBRE and Harper Dennis Hobbs represented Nespresso.