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Clayton Square Shopping Centre

Clayton Square Shopping Centre
Location Liverpool, Merseyside, England
Opening date April 1989
Owner Land Securities
No. of stores and services 30
No. of floors 2
Website http://www.claytonsquare.co.uk/

Clayton Square Shopping Centre is an inner-city shopping centre located in Liverpool, England. It is in close proximity to Liverpool Lime Street and Liverpool Central railway stations. It is the city's fourth largest shopping centre behind Liverpool One, St. John's Shopping Centre and Metquarter. Clayton Square sees tough competition from the likes of Liverpool One, St.Johns, Metquarter, Church Street, Lord Street and Bold Street.

In April 2010, Swedish hardware store Clas Ohlson opened its sixth UK store in Clayton Square occupying the former premises of Zavvi.[1]

All businesses located in Clayton Square Shopping Centre are members of City Central.[2] Clayton Square is one of the key shopping centres within the City Central area, and works in partnership with other stakeholders in to improve the city centre.

In the summer of 2014 a major refit got under way.[3]


References

  1. ^ "Swedish chain opens Liverpool store today". Liverpool Echo. Retrieved 3 May 2010. 
  2. ^ "City Central BID Area". City Central BID. Retrieved 22 June 2012. 
  3. ^ "Multi-million pound revamp for Clayton Square shopping centre in Liverpool". Liverpool Echo. Retrieved 13 November 2014. 

External links

  • Clayton Square Online

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