Sports Direct heads tenant list for Gateshead’s Trinity Square

Graham Soult

Retail consultant, writer, blogger; helping retailers via CannyInsights.com and CannySites.com. Say hello on Twitter at @soult!

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11 Responses

  1. amy says:

    I would love there to be a Nandos there!!!

  2. darren says:

    just noticed your twitter account, are you a Eurovision expert too? ha I’m going to retire :)

  3. Darren says:

    Have noticed there are a lot of retailers moving from the block on the corner of High Street Jackson Street, maybe this corner could be released to provide further development?

    • Graham Soult says:

      True! The corner building there is deeply unattractive (the Woolworths building next door slightly less so). I’d very much like to see the old Burton building (next to the cinema) restored too – it’s rather handsome, but has been spoilt over the years through lack of maintenance, awkward subdivision, and unattractive shopfronts and signage.

  4. Adam Walker says:

    I do hope we get some exciting new shops in Gateshead, although some have mentioned relocating into Trinity Square the Rent is very very steep, and for most small businesses will be impossible to break even. I am interested in the future for the Tesco Temporary store which seems a success, when buying odds and ends a do hope they keep it as a mini express supermarket, as its much quicker for shopping rather than running into a massive supermarket for milk or sugar!

  5. Darren says:

    There’s due to be a press release in the coming days, so there may be a few mo confirmations due to come

  6. Darren says:

    Also now confirmed Moffee Coffee, Anzac Hair & Beauty (relocation), Albermarle Bond (relocation) , Frankie & Benny’s & Supernews!

  7. Rob says:

    Nice to see some positive commentary on Trinity Square. It’s getting a bit of a bashing on some chat sites, but overall I think it’s a hugely positive step forward for the town centre.

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