St Modwen Developments Ltd has gained swift success with its marketing relaunch of Tipton Shopping Centre following the refurbishment and extension of the town centre scheme.
As a result of good trading, Playtime Amusements has doubled the size of its amusement centre by taking the adjacent premises.
Two new retailers have taken units facing onto Owen Street. Papa Piccolo’s Internet Cafe is to open in the Spring and provide a pizza take-away service together with internet stations. Tan and Tone Studio will open later this month and will sell health and beauty products alongside tan and toning services.
Sister Dora Hospice Appeal Fund is occupying a retail unit for a charity shop to raise funds for the refurbishment of the former Bloxwich Hospital to provide hospice care for the Walsall region.
Rupert Joseland of St Modwen, said: “We are delighted to have let these four units in a short period, adding further variety to the existing shops. We want to build on this success and the remaining shop units are immediately available on flexible terms.” Retail units ranging from 874 sq ft to 3,500 sq ft, and three first-floor office suites (710 sq ft to 930 sq ft), are available from the joint agents Andrew Thompson & Co (0121 200 3171) and Michael Tromans & Co (01902 425 646).
For further information contact Rupert Joseland of St Modwen on 0121-456-2800. Issued by Paul Raymer of Howle Chapman Raymer (0121-236-7771).