2Location relative to Bristol Location relative to Motorways
3Ownership:66% owned jointly by CSC and Prudential
4The SiteThe Cribbs Causeway Development Area (defined by the Bristol North Fringe Local Plan 1987) was previously agricultural land, which accommodated 5 farms and 45 residential properties. Northavon District Council identified Cribbs Causeway for development in 1981.
5Cribbs Causeway is a location just north of Bristol, England, best known for The Mall, a large out-of-town shopping centre.The Mall, with around 14 million visitors a year, is one of the two major shopping centres in the Bristol area, the other being Broadmead.
6The MallThe Mall, opened on March 31, 1998, comprises 135 shops on two levels, although some of the large stores occupy more levels. The major businesses are Marks and Spencer, John Lewis and Boots. At its centre point The Mall has a large fountain with an impressive water display.
7In all there are 7000 free car park spaces serving Cribbs In all there are 7000 free car park spaces serving Cribbs. In my experience this is adequate although peak times can produce restrictions in traffic-flow and hard to find parking spaces, in fact very busy times such as the lead up to Christmas can result in tailbacks right back to junction 15 of the M5!
8Liberty International bought a 50% stake in Prudential Insurance’s share of Cribbs Causeway and other Property for £653 million. Ranked number 13 by volume of trade in the U.K.
9Size:995,000 sq ft (92,436 sq m) of retail space No of shops:135 shops and 2 anchor storesAnchor stores:Marks & Spencer, John LewisCatchment:Total population resident in catchment area is 4.6million (peak)
14Leisure Park:The scheme comprises a 12 screen cinema ‘Vue’ (ex Warner Bros.) totalling 4,645 sq. metres, a leisure building (previously “Dave and Busters” themed entertainment space now vacant) totalling 4,180, a health and fitness club totalling 1,860 sq. metres, and four restaurants. Plus two “drive-thru” restaurants.