Shoppers are set to reap the benefits of a newly completed car park in Wythenshawe Town Centre as it opens to the public this week (5th March).
The new car park, which is accessed off Rolandsway, is the latest phase of town centre owner St. Modwen’s £12 million office and retail development Etrop Court.
Located next to the bus station and close to the new Wilkinson store and Wythenshawe Market, the car park provides an additional 70 free car parking spaces including bays for disabled drivers. Operated by Parking Eye, it provides a free two-hour maximum stay.
Victoria Nichol, town centre manager, said: “The completion of the car park comes as we continue to see strong footfall in the town centre. Etrop Court is really driving the town’s regeneration forward and the new car park will be a fantastic added convenience to the precinct”.
Etrop Car Park is the latest phase of St. Modwen’s £100 million on-going regeneration of Wythenshawe Town Centre. The scheme has already attracted national retailer Wilkinson, which has opened a new 26,000 sq ft store, and Manchester City Council which has taken 50,000 sq ft of office space above the shops.