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New signings part of Meadowhall’s £60m refurbishment

The £60m refurbishment of Meadowhall shopping centre in Yorkshire includes new stores from Timberland and Schuh kids, as well as upsizing from Primark and Sports Direct.

Primark is moving into the former BHS unit to extend its existing unit by 21,000 sq ft, creating a 95,500 sq ft flagship store.

Meanwhile, Sports Direct has leased the remainder of the former BHS store, increasing its presence to 44,000 sq ft.

A new 2,850 sq ft Schuh kids specialist store will open in April, adding to the Schuh store already trading in the centre.

Timberland is also launching a new look 1,950 sq ft store next month.

Tom Meager, group director of property at Primark, said: “The chance to create a larger store at Meadowhall was one we could not miss. We will open our new store at Meadowhall just as British Land completes the bulk of its refurbishment, so the timing could not be better.”

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