Superdrug to Leave Prescot Shopping Centre

By on Monday, January 19, 2015

Prescot CentrePharmacy chain Superdrug will be leaving Prescot Shopping Centre this March.

It joins clothing outlets M&CO and Dorothy Perkins, who vacated late last year.

“It is always difficult seeing tenants leave us,” said mall manager Victoria Nichol. “The team continually strive to retain retailers at the end of their lease and we have agents working very hard to bring in new retailers into the scheme.”

The Post Office and Grace Lea are among the businesses that have opened in the centre in the past year, however.

“Moving forward, we are excited about the new Win a Shop winner The Dance Shop and are delighted that Home Bargains extended their lease,” Ms Nichol added. “Prescot Shopping Centre is very much part of the community and will remain so for years to come.”

Despite announcing plans for a new development near Cables Retail Park, discount shop Home Bargains recently renewed its lease on its shopping centre unit for five years.

2 Comments

  1. Graham Taylor

    Monday, January 19, 2015 at 11:01 am

    May the old Safeway store she be allowed for aldi as heard Tesco are paying for that building so aldi can’t have it! It would bring more people in the town if aldi opened and tesco where not so greedy

    • Prescot Online

      Monday, January 19, 2015 at 2:40 pm

      The Co-operative bought out Somerfield and now owns the lease on the old unit in Prescot Shopping Centre.

      I believe Aldi will only build their own, stand-alone stores rather than filling a vacant unit.

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