SpaceandPeople has signed exclusive agreements with the owners of seven former Intu venues for the management of short-term promotional and retail space.
The commercialisation space specialist has signed agreements for Metrocentre (Gateshead), Lakeside (Grays), Braehead (Glasgow), Victoria Shopping Centre (Nottingham), Atria Watford (formerly intu Watford), the rebranded Chapelfield, Chantry Place (Norwich) and The Potteries Centre (Stoke-on-Trent).
Nancy Cullen, CEO of SpaceandPeople said: “We are looking forward to placing exciting and innovative brand experiences and pop-up retail into these centres. Our network of venues has been significantly enhanced by the inclusion of these high profile shopping centres. Along with our exclusive contract for activity in major London stations, this positions us firmly as the market leader in the provision of space for brands and pop-up retailers.”
The recent additions add to SpaceandPeople’s existing network of over 75 premium shopping centres which includes Meadowhall (Sheffield), St David’s (Cardiff), Trinity Leeds and Westgate (Oxford).