New research undertaken by intu in collaboration with Javelin Group (part of Accenture Strategy) looks at how physical stores will continue to drive sales on- and offline as we look to 2025. Download the full report using the link above, or read on for a snapshot of our key findings.
Our focus is on creating shopping centres that are loved by visitors and where retailers, brands and customers flourish. This builds a long-term business that delivers value for our shareholders and stakeholders
We have detailed and adaptable plans in place to support our customers with the gradual re-opening of nonessential retail, as safely as possible.
intu Merry Hill has announced the opening of a new women’s fashion brand. The new Apricot store joins 74% of retailers at the centre who have already reopened, following the easing of Coronavirus lockdown measures.
Our focus on sustainability is a vital part of our strategy. We recognise the need to minimise the impact we have on the environment, and environmental efficiency is a key tenet of our sustainability strategy
Being a sustainable business
Flagship destinations that visitors love
Each centre offers a compelling mix of retail, leisure and catering - perfect for a day out
Our people are at the heart of intu's success
We have around 2,600 staff employed in 15 locations across the UK, in 14 centres and at 40 Broadway, London and in Spain. Of these, around 2,130 are frontline shopping centre staff directly employed by intu Retail Services.
A meaningful difference
Wherever you find an intu centre, you’ll find a vibrant focal point of the community, where people go to shop, to meet, to eat, to socialise and to be entertained – and to work. We're heart of communities, and what we do and how we behave matters.
Congratulations to Heleana Wyatt from intu Broadmarsh for winning the latest Win Your Dream employee recognition reward
We work closely with our partners, including the police and security services, to ensure everyone who visits or works at an intu centre is safe and secure.