Aerial view of Dalton Park
|Location||Murton, County Durham, England|
|Address||Dalton Park Outlet Shopping Centre, Murton, County Durham, SR7 9HU|
|Opening date||10 April 2003|
|Developer||ING Real Estate development UK|
|Owner||Janus Henderson UK Property (PAIF)|
|No. of stores and services||75|
|No. of anchor tenants||4|
|No. of floors||1|
|Parking||1500+ Parking Spaces|
Dalton Park (locally known as ‘Murton Shops’) is a shopping centre on the outskirts of Murton, County Durham, England. It is the largest factory outlet style shopping centre in North East, England.
The Centre comprises 75 stores, including 7 restaurants. Anchor tenants include Marks and Spencer Outlet, Next Clearance, Gap Outlet and Adidas. The shopping centre offers over 1500 free parking spaces and a dedicated coach pickup/drop off point. 
ING Real Estate owned Dalton Park until it was sold to Peveril Securities in September 2013.  A further off-market sale occurred in June 2015 which resulted in Janus Henderson UK Property (PAIF), a division of TH Real Estate acquiring the Centre for £38 million. 
In August 2020 it was announced the Morrison’s store which has been empty since 2016 would open in time for Christmas 2020. In November 2020, company bosses confirmed the store is scheduled to open on 26 November. The store opened as scheduled on 26 November.
The development was part of a £45 million investment into expanding the shopping centre.
In June 2017 it was announced that almost £2 million would be spent on refurbishing the centre including redecoration of shop fronts, improvements to the lighting & flooring and landscaping in front of the centre and improved toilets. 
As of August 2020, only KFC & Morrison’s remains from the redevelopment. Prezzo closed in March 2018, after less than 2 years. In Summer 2020, both Frankie & Bennys’s and Pizza Express announced their closure. Some cited the economic situation caused by coronavirus as the primary reason for closing.
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