Abbeygate Shopping Centre
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The Abbeygate Shopping Centre was built in the 1960s and is situated in the town centre of Nuneaton, Warwickshire, England. The Abbeygate Shopping Centre started life as 'Heron Way' and during a refurbishment in 1991 a glass atrium roof was fitted and it was renamed Abbeygate. It comprises 84,680 sq ft of retail accommodation, 34 retail units and 3 kiosks and 13,150 sq ft of office accommodation. The centre is privately owned. In October 2010 the main post office for the town relocated from the outside of the centre to an internal shop.
The centre has a retail mix of multi-nationals and small independents. The anchor stores are Argos and Peacocks. All units trade at ground floor level with the first floor used as storage. At first floor level is a 62 space tenant only car park and service yard.