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The Broadwalk Centre is a shopping centre located in Edgware, London, and is owned by Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP), having been purchased from The Carlyle Group and Bride Hall Holdings for £70 million in March 2012. The Broadwalk Centre is a single-storey shopping centre and holds over 20 shops including Sainsbury's, [[Marks & Spencer| Boots, WHSmith, Costa Coffee, and Superdrug, as well as disabled and public toilets and baby changing facilities.
In summer 2013, SWIP announced that it was in pre-application discussions with Barnet Council about a supermarket and cinema extension which could increase the size of the scheme by more than half.
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