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St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist, will be showcasing its retail expertise for the first time at this year’s BCSC conference and exhibition – the largest gathering for the retail and property industry in the UK.

With a national retail portfolio of over 25 projects extending to over five million sq ft of space, St. Modwen is one of the few developers with several major schemes across the UK currently in progress or due to start on site in New Year.

Commenting on why the company has decided to exhibit for the first time at this year’s BCSC, Bill Oliver, Chief Executive Officer, St. Modwen says:

“Our schemes act as the catalyst for wide scale, comprehensive regeneration in the areas across the UK that need it the most. Bringing investment, growth and a better environment for businesses and the community alike, these projects mostly provide space for the value retail sector which is currently trading extremely well. As a result, our projects continue to roll forwards despite the recession.

“People often don’t realise the scale and success of our retail projects and the depth of our expertise in this field. With the value retail sector holding up well, we believe that now is the right time to reinforce the extent of our offering via this year’s BCSC conference and exhibition.”

St. Modwen’s retail development pipeline includes a mix of town centres, high streets, shopping malls, district centres, out of town retail parks and complementary retail for offices and residential-led sites.

The company is currently on site with a number of major retail-related projects across the UK including the the £100 million Longbridge Town Centre, part of the £1 billion regeneration of the former MG Rover site in Birmingham, the £90 million regeneration of Wembley Central in London, the £80 million regeneration of Farnborough Town Centre in Hampshire and the £100 million regeneration of Wythenshawe Town Centre in Manchester.

St. Modwen is exhibiting on stand 48 at this year’s BCSC conference. For more information visit: