Edinburgh House Estates has announced that with several new store signings over the summer, amounting to a total of 70,000 sq ft of space at the centre.
The new shops include Airdy Boys Shoe Repair, which opened in April, Candylicious which joined the centre in July and Alayna Prestige Barbers, who fired up their clippers last month.
B&M is now occupying the old Watts brothers 16,000 sq ft unit, and Dunelm joined the line up at the centre on the 1 October, relocating and increasing the size of their Clydebank store, occupying the former Dunnes 45,000 sq ft unit.
Andrew Forrester, centre manager at Clyde Shopping Centre, said: “We are delighted that Clyde Shopping Centre is attracting names like Dunelm and B&M. This is a very good indication for the future of retail and will provide jobs for the local community”.