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Primark and Ted Baker scoop property awards

Primark, Ted Baker and Bristol’s Cabot Circus shopping centre picked up prizes at last night’s British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) Gold Awards.

Value chain Primark was named Retailer of the Year at the event at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane.

Premium business Ted Baker’s Ted Baker & Friends shop in Cheapside in London was judged to be store design of the year.

The overall Supreme Gold Award went to Hammerson and Land Securities’ Cabot Circus shopping centre which opened in Bristol in September.

Other winners included St Pancras International in London, Highcross in Leicester, Victoria Square in Belfast and Silverburn in Glasgow.

The BCSC, which celebrates its 25th year this year, represents the retail property industry. The awards are designed to recognise excellent retail-led developments and retailers.

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