Market Gates Shopping Centre

Great Yarmouth

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Average Catering Spend (£) 5.95
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Average Grocery Spend (£) 10.50
The average grocery spend of our customers per visit
Purchase Rate 78%
% of customers who make a purchase each visit
Don't Shop Online 31%
Travel Method 43% travel by car
% of customers travelling by car
Travel < 10 mins 41%
'% of customers travelling under 10 mins to centre
Average Retail Spend (£) 27.21
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Average Total Spend (£) 26.81
The average total spend of our customers per visit
Visit once a week 64%
% of customers visiting at least once a week
Travel < 20 mins 72%
% of customers travelling under 20 mins to centre
Average dwell time 33 mins
The average length of stay for each customer
Number of Tenants 52
The total number of tenants in centre
Floor Area 219,248 sq ft
The total area of the centre
Car Parking Spaces 314
Number of car parking spaces available
Footfall 4.5 million
Total footfall for 12 months

The Market Gates Shopping Centre is the dominant retailing destination in Great Yarmouth ton centre. First opened in 1976, the 219,248 sq. ft. centre provides prime retailing within the town.

Key national retailers include Debenhams, Wilko, Boots, F. Hinds and Pandora. The centre also provides the largest car park in the town with 494 spaces.   

The town is located on the East coast of East Anglia, approximately 30 minutes drive from Norwich.

Great Yarmouth is the 3rd largest seaside destination in the UK with a resident catchment of 113,000 and benefits from some 5 million tourists per year.

Great Yarmouth, often known to locals as Yarmouth, is a coastal town in Norfolk, England. It is located at the mouth of the River Yare, approximately 20 miles (30 km) east of Norwich.

Historically a thriving Herring fishing port, Yarmouth became a flourishing oil rig supplier following the discovery of oil in the North Sea. Continuing its industrial economy, its shore now houses a large wind farm on Scroby Sands.

During WW1, Great Yarmouth was the first British town to be bombed by a Zeppelin, and Ernest Martin Jehan became the first and only man to sink a steel submarine from a sail-powered ship.

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Vacant New Look Wilko Vacant Allens Music Iceland Chopstix Sense Vacant Poundland I Just Wanna Candy Brighthouse McColls Burger King Store Twenty One Cash Inn Eye Candy Muskaan Brow Bar Warren James F Hinds Starbucks Shoe Zone EE Mencap Vacant O2 Debenhams Game Card Factory JD Sports Pandora Boots Bonmarche Select Blue Inc Trespass Superdrug FIRST FLOOR GROUND FLOOR THE BOULEVARD THE BOULEVARD MARKET PLACE KIOSK REGENT ROAD

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