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Who owns the outlet Banbridge?

Who owns the outlet Banbridge?

Ulster Bank has taken control of The Outlet centre in Banbridge following financial problems for the developer. The £70m store, the biggest factory outlet in Ireland, opened in 2007.

When was the outlet Banbridge built?

The Outlet in Banbridge was opened in 2007 at a cost of £70m, but almost a third of its shop space is vacant. Planning approval is now being sought to switch part of its use from retail to leisure.

What shops are at Banbridge Outlet Centre?

The Boulevard Banbridge is a retail outlet village offering designer and high street brands always with up to 30% – 70% off rrp. The store line up features Guess, Jack Wills, Adidas, M&S Outlet, Next Clearance, GAP Outlet and Nike Factory Store, as well as exclusive fashion names such as L.K. Bennett and Jaeger.

What was the boulevard in Banbridge called?

The Outlet retail park in Banbridge will change its name next month as part of a rebranding phase. Set to become known as The Boulevard, the shopping destination will see new signage rolled out across the site in the coming months.

Who owns the Boulevard Banbridge?

The Boulevard, Banbridge, owned by Lotus Property and Tristan Capital Partners, saw footfall rise 11% with sales up a significant 17% year-on-year as savvy shoppers on both sides of the border looked to bag a bargain.

What is being built at the Boulevard Banbridge?

THE Banbridge-based Lotus Group has submitted plans for a new 150,000 sq ft storage and distribution facility on lands close to the Boulevard shopping complex at Bridgewater Retail Park.

Is the range coming to Banbridge?

A new 50,000 sq. ft Range store is set to open its doors in Banbridge next month. The retail giant is currently recruiting for roles within its store based at the Bridgewater Retail Park. The scheduled opening date for the store is currently May 27, providing there are no pre-opening hiccups.

What county is Banbridge in?

County Down

Banbridge Scots: Bannbrig Irish: Droichead na Banna
District Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon
County County Down
Country Northern Ireland
Sovereign state United Kingdom

How many the range stores are there in Northern Ireland?

The Range has grown from 54 stores five years ago to now having 130 nationwide – making it one of the fastest growing retailers in the UK.

Is Banbridge safe?

Banbridge is the third most dangerous small town in Down, and is among the top 10 most dangerous overall out of Down’s 48 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Banbridge in 2021 was 68 crimes per 1,000 people.

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