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Retail expansion at Maltings Shopping Centre in St Albans14th March 2014

Retail expansion at Maltings Shopping Centre in St AlbansThe Maltings Shopping Centre in St Albans, which is owned by Boultbee London, has seen a few changes recently with tenants upsizing and the arrival  of new tenants. H&M has upsized by 6,000 ft to a full range 22,000 sq ft store, while the Jamie’s Italian outlet has expanded its existing restaurant to include the new Jamie’s Deli concept.

Fashion jeweller Pandora has joined the shopping centre, together with branded menswear retailer Brother2Brother, Millets and card operator ICandy, taking a combined space of 10,000 sq ft.

Topshop has also agreed a new lease of ten years.

Sean Dempsey, Asset manager for Boultbee London said: “This is a really exciting time for the Maltings. We are very pleased to be able to secure a full line H&M store and with Jamie’s bringing their new concept to the centre it demonstrates retailers’ confidence in the scheme. This has been complemented by the other new fashion and lifestyle retailers.”

Matthew Maddox, Director in JLL’s shopping centre leasing team, who has been advising Boultbee London said: “New retailers and expansion by current tenants will diversify the retail and leisure offering of the Maltings and enhance the wider visitor experience in central St Albans. The centre offers an excellent tenant mix.”

JLL and Colliers represented Boultbee London. Stephen Kane represented Pandora, Graeme Wait acted for Jamie’s Italian and Martin Pryce represented Brother2Brother. 

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