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Silverburn

Silverburn
Location Pollok, Glasgow, Scotland
Coordinates

55°49′20″N 4°20′22″W / 55.822249°N 4.339428°W / 55.822249; -4.339428Coordinates: 55°49′20″N 4°20′22″W / 55.822249°N 4.339428°W / 55.822249; -4.339428

Opening date 25 October 2007 (Some stores later)/ Restaurant Complex March 2008. Tesco store opened in July 2006.
Developer Retail Property Holding Ltd
No. of stores and services 109
No. of anchor tenants 4
Total retail floor area 1,500,000 sq ft (100,000 m2)
Parking 10000 approx.
No. of floors Single Floored Mall. Certain Stores are two storey.
Website Official website

Silverburn (also known as Pollok Town Centre or The Centre) is an 'out of town' shopping centre located on Barrhead Road in Pollok, Glasgow, Scotland. The development replaces the 75 acre (214,000 sq ft) Pollok centre with a brand new 1,500,000-square-foot (100,000 m2) shopping centre, anchored by Tesco, Next, Marks & Spencer and Debenhams.

The completed Silverburn opened for the first time on Thursday 25 October 2007, although at the time the largest Scottish Tesco Extra opened on July 10, 2006 at the site, replacing the Tesco store in the old Pollok Centre. The Centre houses 95 shopping units and 14 restaurants and cafes.

Developed by Retail Property Holdings Ltd (RPH), it is one of the largest shopping centres in the UK.

The Centre is Glasgow's fifth out of town shopping centre. Catering for a target population from across Scotland, the Centre will arguably benefit Ayrshire, especially with the completion of the M77 to Kilmarnock. The developers have aimed to attract wealthy shoppers from affluent suburbs such as Newton Mearns, as well as the towns and villages in Ayrshire.

In 2013, The Centre will be expanded to built Cineworld cinema, 9 restaurants including Zizzi & Pizza Express, the restaurants will open in 2014 & cinema will open in 2015.

Opening Hours

Silverburn

The normal opening hours for the Silverburn are as follows:

Monday–Friday 10am - 9pm **with selected restaurants open later.
Saturday 9am - 7pm **with selected restaurants open later.
Sunday 10am - 6pm **with selected restaurants and retailers open later.

See the Silverburn website for Christmas trading hours.

Stores in Silverburn

The Silverburn Centre has designated different sections as you make your way through the Centre to reflect the character of the stores as they have been grouped together. These sections have been named as The Garden.

Store Name Location
3 Store Crescent
A1 Toys Crescent
Argos Circus
Bank Square
Barrhead Travel Garden
Beaverbrooks Square
Big Picture Circus
Body Shop Crescent
Boots Circus
Build-a-Bear Circus
Bumblebeee Bakehouse Crescent
Burton / Dorothy Perkins Lane
Carphone Warehouse Lane
Chrisholm Hunter Square
Claire's Accessories Crescent
Clarks Crescent
Clinton Cards Lane
Coast Crescent
Coffee Republic Circus
Costa Coffee Circus
Cotswold Outdoor Garden
Debenhams Square
Diego10 Crescent
Domo Garden
Executive Shaving Crescent
Evans Lane
Ernest Jones Crescent
Evans Lane
Fat Face Lane
Footasylum Lane
Fossil Crescent
Frankie & Benny's Crescent
Fuel Square
Game Crescent
Gravity Crescent
Greggs Crescent
H&M Crescent
Hawes & Curtis Crescent
Hobbs Square
Holland & Barratt Circus
H Samuel Circus
Inhealth Interiors Crescent
Ion Body Armour Lane
Jack & Jones Crescent
James Lakeland Crescent
Jane Norman Crescent
JD Sports Lane
JJB Sports Crescent
Kurt Geiger Crescent
La Senza Square
La Tasca Square
Lime Blue Square
Lipsy Circus
Little VIPs Square
LK Bennett Square
M&S Crescent
M&S Cafe Crescent
Magnolia Crescent
Miss Diva Circus
Monsoon Crescent
Modelzone Garden
Nando's Winter Garden
Next Circus
New Look Crescent
Oasis Lane
O'Briens Garden
Office Crescent
Optical Express Crescent
Ortak Square
The Perfume Shop Crescent
Phase Eight Square
Pizza Hut Garden
Phones4u Circus
Post Office Gardens
Prezzo Square
Pure Spa Square
Quiz Lane
Red 5 Square
Remus Uomo Crescent
River Island Circus
Rox Square
Schuh Lane
Shades Crescent
Sky Lane
Starbucks Square
Superdry Circus
Superdrug Crescent
Swarovski Square
T-Mobile Crescent
Thomson Gardens
Thorntons Square
Tesco Circus
Thorntons Square
TK Maxx Garden
Top Man Lane
TopShop Lane
Toys R Us Crescent
Trespass Lane
United Colours of Benetton Crescent
Van Mildert Lane
Vision Express Lane
Vodafone gardens
Wagamama Winter Garden
Wallis Crescent
Warehouse Lane
Yankee Candle Lane
YO! Sushi Square
Zara Square

(correct as in May 2013)

† Tesco also has a Petrol Filling Station located in the Silverburn car parks (between the Red car park and Tesco's own car park), just off the M77.

Travelling to Silverburn

By Road

Silverburn is accessible from Junction 2 of the M77, and has its own dedicated slip roads for those coming from and going to the south. Unfortunately at times queues can stretch all the way round the Silverburn perimeter road and even onto the M77 itself. It would be advisable to allow an extra hour for access to or from the shopping centre at peak times.

Locally, access to Silverburn's car parks can be found from either Barrhead Road by the M77, or by Peat Road via Cowglen Road, just off Barrhead Road.

Tesco's car park is privately owned by Tesco, and in conjunction with Euro Car Parks now operates a fixed Parking Charge Notification policy on cars parked for longer than four hours. Parking Charge Notices are also issued for parking in a disabled bay or for returning to the car park within 4 hours.

No such charges apply to the Red, Yellow, Green, Blue and multi-storey Silverburn car parks.

By Bus

Silverburn has its own Bus Stand to the rear of the Centre on Cowglen Road, receiving services such as First's X8 from Glasgow City Centre.

External links

  • Silverburn Web Site
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