Cardiff Bay Retail Park
The Cardiff Bay Retail Park in Grangetown, Cardiff was once the site of the Ferry Road landfill site. It was built in around 1997. It is currently home to businesses which include Asda, Boots Group and Argos.
The retail park is built on the edge of a former Ferry Road refuse site, which closed in 1994 after being filled with 4 million cubic metres of commercial and domestic rubbish. The ownership of the land passed to Cardiff Bay Development Corporation who created the retail park on an area of industrial units to the east of the site. Grangemoor Park was created opposite the retail park on the 20 metre hill landscaped on the old refuse site.
|Unit(s)||Current Business||Current Status||Previous Business||Date Closed||Previous Business||Date Closed|
|A2 i||JD Sports||Open|
|A2 ii||Blacks||Open||BANK||September 2015|
|B||SportsDirect.com||Open||JJB Sports||February 2009|
|C||Pets at Home||Open|
|G||The Food Warehouse||Open||Powerhouse||2007||British Home Stores||2016|
|H||Home Bargains||Open||Furnitureland||2007||British Home Stores||2016|
Maples was a homeware store that closed in around 2000. Over the years, the unit has been split into 3 smaller units.
Furnitureland and Powerhouse both closed their units in 2007. BHS then refurbished both to create one large unit until they ceased trading in 2016.
JJB closed their unit here once they moved to the Capital Retail Park in Leckwith, which also included a gym.
|Unit(s)||Current Business||Current Status||Previous Business||Date Closed|
|K||TUI Holiday Hypermarket||Open|
|L||Bensons for Beds Outlet||Open||Rosebys||November 2008|
|M||B&M Home Store||Open||Kingsway Furniture||2004|
|N||Tiles R Us||2004|
Phase Three (Dunleavy Drive)
The Dunleavy Drive section of the Cardiff Bay Retail Park was built in 2008.
|Unit(s)||Current Business||Current Status|
|1||Frankie & Benny's||Open|
|2||Green Giraffe Organic Day Nursery||Open|
|3||Majestic Wine Warehouse||Open|
|5||Starbucks Coffee – Drive Thru||Open|
|H||Harvester – The Cardiff Bay||Open|
- http://www.completelyretail.co.uk/scheme/2295 Cardiff Bay Retail Park on Completely Retail.
- http://www.completelyretail.co.uk/scheme/2295/plan.html Cardiff Bay Retail Park Plan and Tenancy on Completely Retail.
- Phillips, A.; Cherrill, H. E. (1997), "The reactivation and remediation of the landfill site at Ferry Road, Cardiff", Geoenvironmental Engineering - Contaminated Ground: fate of pollutants and remediation, Thomas Telford Publishing: 538–539, ISBN 0-7277-2606-4
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