Middleton Shopping Centre

Middleton

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Car Parking Spaces 430
Number of car parking spaces available
Average Number Of Visits Per Year 85
Average Number Of Visits Per Year
Average Grocery Spend (£) 12.97
The average grocery spend of our customers per visit
Which products groups have you bought from 24% bought food and drink
The type of product our customers purchased
Footfall 4.1 million
Total footfall for 12 months
Number of Tenants 74
The total number of tenants in centre
Net Promoter Score 60%
Net Promoter Score
Use Click and Collect 22%
Use Click and Collect
Average Total Spend (£) 20.77
The average total spend of our customers per visit
Average Catering Spend (£) 5.05
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Travel < 20 mins 87%
% of customers travelling under 20 mins to centre
Average dwell time 58 mins
The average length of stay for each customer
Additional Retail Spend If Used Click and Collect (£) 20.6
Additional Retail Spend If Used Click and Collect (£)
Visit once a week 79%
% of customers visiting at least once a week
Purchase Rate 83%
% of customers who make a purchase each visit
Travel Method 39% travel by car
% of customers travelling by car
Travel < 10 mins 52%
'% of customers travelling under 10 mins to centre
In Store Fulfilment Level 80% found everything they wanted
In Store Fulfilment Level
Don't Shop Online 58%
Browse Instore Before Buying Online 19%
Browse Instore Before Buying Online
Average Retail Spend (£) 20.29
The average retail spend of our customers per visit
Floor Area 335,480 sq ft
The total area of the centre

Middleton Shopping Centre is located in the heart of Middleton town centre. The 335,480 sq ft shopping centre is set over three floors centre and forms the prime retail destination in the town. The scheme also provides 430 car parking spaces attracting approximately 4.15 million shoppers every year. 

Key national retailers within the shopping centre include Wilko's, WH Smith, Argos, Boots, Iceland, Select, Poundstretcher, Specsavers, EE, Costa Coffee and Superdrug. In addition, Xercise4less opened in January 2017. 

Middleton is a well established and densely populated town located 4.4 miles (7 km) North East of Manchester. Industrial scale textile manufacture was introduced to Middleton as a result of the Industrial Revolution.

Middleton became a centre for silk production in the 18th century, which developed into a cotton spinning industry by the mid-19th century and which continued through to the mid-20th century.This transition gave rise to Middleton as a mill town.

The town's local newspaper, the Middleton Guardian has a history going back to Victorian times. Paul Scholes and Steve Coogan are both Moonrakers (nickname for people coming from Middleton).

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