intu Bromley, a prime destination for metropolitan high achievers, is helping to boost the night-time economy of London’s biggest borough with a revitalised mix of upscale eateries and aspirational retailers.
Our investment in the creation of the new Queen’s Garden Restaurant Terrace has seen the likes of Wagamama, Ed’s Easy Diner, Giraffe and Byron open till 11.00 pm to give customers a day-to-evening retail and leisure destination that exceeds their expectations.
The addition of these modern restaurant brands has reinforced the centre as a go-to destination for dates, treats and nights out.
The family-friendly casual dining zone alongside Queen’s Garden features five restaurants with al-fresco dining. Open all evening, they’ve also prompted extended retailer opening hours in the lower mall, where customers can now shop until 7.00 pm.
As part of our on-going strategy to create a strong leisure and retail mix at all our centres, we also have plans to introduce a boutique cinema to the centre, adding yet more leisure choices and giving customers that exclusive and upmarket experience.
A go-to destination for dates, treats and nights out
Regional director, intu
sq ft of retail, catering and leisure space
aged 55 years or over
of customers are ABC1
“As a high-footfall destination shopping centre, intu Bromley is an ideal location for us to demonstrate how we can reach more consumers without cannibalising our larger retail park stores."
Chief operating officer, DFS
Top brands create opportunities
Our investment at intu Bromley has attracted top brands and a wealth of job opportunities to the local area
More aspirational retailers have recently opened at intu Bromley, taking advantage of an annual footfall of 18 million and a prosperous customer base. Around 90 per cent of visitors to the centre are from some of the most affluent ABC1 socio-economic groups across London and Kent, and our active asset management programme works to give these customers the brands they love.
High-quality brands such as Joules, Kuoni and Jo Malone have recently secured their spots in the centre alongside other high-quality brands such as White Stuff, Karen Millen and Thomas Sabo.
With its growing tenant mix and new restaurant terrace, intu Bromley is bursting with job opportunities, boosting the town’s economy.
Our term strategy to attract new visitors to London’s largest borough continues with four more vibrant retailers forming part of intu Bromley’s revitalised retail and leisure offer. These include British lifestyle brand Joules, worldwide holiday company Kuoni, fashion accessories retail Lovisa and American footwear company Sketchers.
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Find your place at intu Bromley alongside some of our other big names
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intu Bromley is a key location for our retail expansion, its strong, affluent catchment suits the profile of the Thomas Sabo customer.
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At intu Bromley, we make sure our caring initiatives connect with our shoppers. Over 55s are the demographic most likely to be affected by dementia so we’ve begun a partnership with the Dementia Action Alliance to help us better understand how our centre can meet the needs of people with this condition. Bromley has the highest proportion of over 55s in the capital.