New Square, West Bromwich

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 | shopping_mall_name = New Square
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 | location = West Bromwich, England
 | coordinates = 52°31′12″N 1°59′30″W / 52.52004°N 1.99155°W / 52.52004; -1.99155Coordinates: 52°31′12″N 1°59′30″W / 52.52004°N 1.99155°W / 52.52004; -1.99155
 | opening_date = 11 July 2013 (2013-07-11)
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 | architect = 
 | manager = Steve Burr
 | owner = Tesco 
 | parking = 1100 Spaces
 | number_of_stores = 40+
 | number_of_anchors = 2 (Tesco, Primark))
  | floor_area = 473,000 square feet (43,900 m2)
  | floors = 1 (some stores have 2 floors)
  | website=www.newsquarewb.com


New Square', West Bromwich is a 473,000 square feet (43,900 m2) new shopping and leisure venue in West Bromwich in the West Midlands, England which opened July 2013.[1][2] [3]

As of December 2016, New Square has over 40 shops and restaurants open including Tesco Extra, Blue Inc, Card Factory, Carphone Warehouse, Charlie Browns, Claire's, Clarks, Defined Brows, Diechmann, Funky Monkeys, H&M, JD Sports, Lloyds Pharmacy, Next, O2, Odeon Cinemas, Outfit, Pandora, Peacocks, Post Office, Bargin Buys, Primark, River Island, Schuh, Select, Shoe Zone, Shopmobility, Specsavers, Sports Direct, Tessuti, The Entertainer, Thomson, Vodafone, Warren James. [4]

Premier Inn opened a new hotel adjacent to the Tesco petrol station, however, it is not promoted by New Square via their social media accounts or website. The land where Premier Inn is situated on is known to be owned by Tesco who also own New Square.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jones, Tamlyn (28 September 2011). "Sandwell regen scheme boosted with major new occupiers". TheBusinessDesk.com.
  2. ^ Glenday, John (3 April 2012). "Shopping centre construction hits lowest rate since 1960s". The Drum. Retrieved 5 April 2012.
  3. ^ "New square scheme enters new phase". Sandwell Council. 22 March 2012. Retrieved 5 April 2012.
  4. ^ "Shopping : New Square". newsquarewestbromwich.co.uk. Retrieved 11 September 2016.

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