Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre

Birmingham

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Average Retail Spend (£) 22.47
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Car Parking Spaces 525
Number of car parking spaces available
Average Total Spend (£) 29.45
The average total spend of our customers per visit
Footfall 7.5 million
Total footfall for 12 months
Average Catering Spend (£) 3.95
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Travel < 10 mins 66%
'% of customers travelling under 10 mins to centre
Travel Method 44% travel by car
% of customers travelling by car
Average Grocery Spend (£) 20.98
The average grocery spend of our customers per visit
Average dwell time 64 mins
The average length of stay for each customer
Travel < 20 mins 92%
% of customers travelling under 20 mins to centre
Visit once a week 89%
% of customers visiting at least once a week
Purchase Rate 87%
% of customers who make a purchase each visit
Number of Tenants 68
The total number of tenants in centre
Floor Area 461,012 sq ft
The total area of the centre
Which products groups have you bought from 68% bought food and drink
The type of product our customers purchased

Chelmsley Wood Shopping Centre was constructed in the late 1970's and comprises a number of predominantly single storey retail blocks. The shopping centre benefited from a £40 million extension and refurbishment programme in 2009 which saw it anchored by an ADSA superstore.

The centre benefits from a good representation of national multiple retailers including Wilko, Peacocks, Select, Sportsdirect, Poundland, Boots, and Argos. There are also a number of local independent traders and a covered market. Many local government services such as Job Centre and the library are located in the scheme which makes it a hype of activity with shoppers and workers on a daily basis. 

Chelmsley Wood is located in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull. It lies approximately 9 miles north of Solihull and 10 miles east of Birmingham. 

The town is a relatively new area, which was built by Birmingham City Council in the late 1960s and early 70s on ancient woodland, once part of the Forest of Arden, as an overspill town for Birmingham. The forest has a rich history and this is celebrated annually with Chelmund Day consisting of parades of mythical characters who once spanned this part of the Midlands.

The area is currently undergoing the biggest redevelopment project in its history and is earmarked as a key transport hub for High Speed Rail 2 and the tram link between Birmingham City Centre and the International Airport which lies 3 miles to the north.

The town benefits from excellent road connections and can be accessed by rail via Marston Green station which provides a direct service to Birmingham New Street and Coventry.

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