Smyths Toys have opened a new store of 15,000 sq ft in Leicester at St Margaret’s Retail Park which adjoins a new Home Bargains.
ScS have opened their first store South East of London, at Thanet. It is a unit of 8,500 sq ft on Westwood Retail Park.
A further asset management initiative by London Metric will see Costa Coffee take a new purpose built unit at Airport Retail Park. Thompson Heaney represented London Metric.
Aberdeen is the first opening of four stores acquired in 2016 by Thompson Heaney.
Smyths Toys have opened their seventh Northern Ireland store at Newtownabbey, at the recently refurbished Valley Retail Park. This follows Thompson Heaney’s acquisition on the same park for Go Outdoors’ first Northern Ireland store.
ScS have surrendered their leasehold interest at Stechford Retail Park and the landlord has relet to Iceland. The catchment is covered by the Solihull and Castle Vale stores.
Smyths Toys have opened their third East Midlands store at Portland Retail Park on the edge of the town centre of Mansfield, where other retailers include Dunelm and Pets At Home.
Go Outdoors has been acquired by sportswear retailer JD Sports in a £112.3 million deal.
As Thompson Heaney celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2016, this new website has been launched, showcasing some notable achievements and detailing the services on offer.
ScS will be opening 4 new stores in their current financial year and have just reported a £10.9 million pre tax profit for their financial year ending July 2016. ScS have been a valued client of Thompson Heaney since its inception.
Thompson Heaney advised Go Outdoors on the acquisition of the former B & Q premises on Mansfield Road, Nottingham.
Thompson Heaney negotiated the surrender of the lease of Arcadia’s retail warehouse premises on Brent Cross Shopping Park which enabled the landlord, Hammerson, to simultaneously relet the premises to new carpet retailer, Tapi.