Bouverie Place


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Footfall 4.4 million
Total footfall for 12 months
Average Grocery Spend (£) 18.34
The average grocery spend of our customers per visit
Travel < 10 mins 53%
'% of customers travelling under 10 mins to centre
Travel < 20 mins 78%
% of customers travelling under 20 mins to centre
Travel Method 38% travel by car
% of customers travelling by car
Average dwell time 50 mins
The average length of stay for each customer
Number of Tenants 30
The total number of tenants in centre
Visit once a week 77%
% of customers visiting at least once a week
Browse Instore Before Buying Online 27%
Browse Instore Before Buying Online
Car Parking Spaces 570
Number of car parking spaces available
Purchase Rate 69%
% of customers who make a purchase each visit
Average Catering Spend (£) 11.62
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Average Retail Spend (£) 19.86
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Additional Retail Spend If Used Click and Collect (£) 35.8
Additional Retail Spend If Used Click and Collect (£)
Floor Area 255,674 sq ft
The total area of the centre
Average Total Spend (£) 22.56
The average total spend of our customers per visit
Average Number Of Visits Per Year 87
Average Number Of Visits Per Year
Use Click and Collect 20%
Use Click and Collect

Bouverie Place was completed in 2007 and comprises of approximately 26,500 sq m of retail and food offerings and a 570 space multi-storey car park. The centre is anchored by a 7,990 sq m Asda superstore with other key national retailers including JD Sports, New Look, Primark, TK Maxx, Vodafone, Deichmann, Starbucks and Specsavers.

Due to the schemes high vantage point, there are excellent views of the Kent coastline and an impressive travellator that links ASDA and the multi-story car park that showcases the white cliffs of Dover in all its glory.

In recent years there has been significant investment in the foreshore and the old town which has resulted in an influx of a trendy art community that sprawls the cobblestone streets with independent cafes, bookstores, bars and galleries.

Back in 2014 the anonymous England-based graffiti artist Banksy created a piece of work in the town centre and it still remains the centrepiece of the annual triennial arts festival.

The town is within easy reach of the mainline rail station (Folkestone Central) where there are regular services to London St. Pancras via Ashford in as little as 55 minutes. By car, it sits close to the M20 which provides access to the Channel Tunnel, Ashford, Maidstone, London and the M25.

  • Shopping Centre Space
  • Vacant Unit
  • Available to Let
  • Not in Ownership
Primark Three Peacocks TK Maxx Poundland Subway Burger King Vodafone Cards Direct Cardtronics Starbucks New Look EE Specsavers Deichmann Sports Direct Next ServiceYard Bouverie News Studz Barbers Caffé La Delizia Timpson Bus Station Oxford Terrace Entrance Asda Costa Superdrug

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