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The first phase of the development occurred in 1988, consisting of stores such as Tesco. In September 2008, the growing popularity of the retail park led Llanelli Town Council to express concern at the increasing adverse impact which the continued expansion of Parc Trostre is having on Llanelli town centre.
Some shops are: BHS (including Restaurant), Boots, New Look, Animal, Bank, JD Sports, DW Sports & Fitness (Formerly JJB Sports), First Choice, H&M, Next, Debenhams, River Island, Clarks, O2, Lakeland, Quiksilver, Laura Ashley, Clinton Cards, W H Smith, Poundstretcher, Monsoon, Accessorize, Marks & Spencer (including Simply Food & Cafe), Outfit (including a variety of brands such as Topshop, Topman, Dorothy Perkins, Evans, Burton & others), T.K. Maxx, Asda Living (with a Caffe Ritazza within), The Carphone Warehouse, B&Q, Pets At Home, Dreams, Blockbuster.
- "Report of Head of Planning". Carmarthenshire County Council. 2003-08-07.
- Llanelli Town Council minutes September 2008
- http://www.parctrostreretailpark.co.uk Official Website
- Map of Parc Trostre locality
- Parc Trostre Retail Park on CompletelyRetail
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