Castlegate Shopping Centre

Stockton-on-Tees

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Travel Method 37%
% of customers travelling by car
Footfall 7.6 million
Total footfall for 12 months
Average Grocery Spend (£) 17.81
The average grocery spend of our customers per visit
Average Catering Spend (£) 6.85
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Average dwell time 60 minutes
The average length of stay for each customer
Travel < 20 mins 87%
% of customers travelling under 20 mins to centre
Number of Tenants 68
The total number of tenants in centre
Visit once a week 90%
% of customers visiting at least once a week
Average Retail Spend (£) 20.94
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Car Parking Spaces 800
Number of car parking spaces available
Average Total Spend (£) 28.85
The average total spend of our customers per visit
Purchase Rate 92
% of customers who make a purchase each visit
Which products groups have you bought from 53% bought food and drink
The type of product our customers purchased
Travel < 10 mins 42%
'% of customers travelling under 10 mins to centre
Floor Area 347,000 sq ft
The total area of the centre

First opened in 1973, the Castlegate Shopping Centre is the largest covered shopping centre in Stockton-On-Tees, attracting 8 million visitors a year. 

The scheme is made up of some 348,000 sq. ft. of retail space which houses tenants including B&M Bargains, Wilkos, Boots, Iceland, Specsavers, CEX & Peacocks.

The centre also benefits from a historic indoor market hall which was redeveloped in October 2013, on the 40th anniversary of the scheme having undergone a £1.5 million refurbishment. 

Castlegate is located in the heart of Stockton town centre, on the busy high street. Situated between Middlesbrough and Darlington, some 35 miles to the south of Newcastle.

Castlegate Shopping Centre was built on the remains of the historic Stockton Castle, which was occupied by the Scots from 1644-46. It was demolished by Oliver Cromwell at the end of the Civil War.

Two noteworthy historical Stockton residents are John Walker and George Stephenson. John created the friction match, a 40-meter photograph of which is displayed on the side of the scheme, and George invented the first ever steam engine, Locomotion No.1. Both George and John have significant recognition in the scheme with Stephenson House and Walker House and Walker Square.

Stockton's High Street is famously known as the widest High Street in the UK.

  • Shopping Centre Space
  • Vacant Unit
  • Available to Let
  • Not in Ownership
CAR PARK Stephenson Development (Stockton) Ltd Store Vacant Vacant Vacant Vacant Barclays Bank Fultons Foods B&M Super Sandwich Thorntons Boots Subway Vacant.. Brighthouse Specsavers Vacant Vacant Cooplands Salvation Army Hays Travel Vacant Holland & Barrett Stagecoach Vacant Greggs Kitsons Warren James Home Bargains Poundland Heron Foods Savers Perfect Home Wilko Furniture Express Whole Latte Love Ltd Interiors Timpson Vacant Card Factory Junior Jungle Bodycare Grainger Games Bonmarche Iceland Poundworld Peacocks Stephenson Development Stockton Ltd CEX Marley's Vacant Café Express Nail Bar Wild Willow Dressing Up Ray's Deli Carlys Peacocks Fakin It Nirpa Singh Vacant Entrance FINKLE STREET STEPHENSON WAY SPENCER MARKET HIGH STREET RIVERSIDE CASTLE WAY JOHN WALKER SQUARE BRIDGE ROAD

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