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New Menswear store opens in Regents Arcade

This is NA first independent store following on from trading as a concession in another retail business in a east London shopping centre. NA Menswear began with a vision to provide a complete collection for the modern fashion conscious man. they began their journey 10 years ago designing for other retail brands and bringing unique designs to the market. With the success of our creative work we began NA Menswear in 2015 and launched an urban casual collection along with their fashion formal... Find Out More...

Bromley’s Glades is the shoppers’ gift that keeps on giving Centre continues to diversify its offering – with more names on the way this month!

Shoppers visiting The Glades have been enjoying a host of brilliant newcomers at Bromley’s thriving shopping destination recently – and there are even more fantastic new names due to open soon. This autumn has already seen the arrival of big name brands and exciting independents, with a mix of permanent fixtures and pop-up stores further enhancing the centre’s diverse and exciting offering. The recent addition of Cath Kidston, Chickidee Homeware and eatery Quiznos to mention but a few, ... Find Out More...

The Glades names Chartwell Cancer Trust as its charity of the year

Staff at Bromley’s The Glades shopping centre have chosen The Chartwell Cancer Trust (CCT) as its nominated charity for the year. As part of the celebrations following the centre’s return to its original name in its 25th year, the team at The Glades are hoping to raise thousands for the local charity from fundraising and donations throughout 2017. “The CCT supports the work of the Chartwell Cancer and Leukaemia Unit at the Princess Royal University Hospital in Farnborough,” said Kate Miller... Find Out More...

Disposal of intu Bromley

intu properties plc (‘intu’) has exchanged contracts to sell its 63.525 per cent stake in intu Bromley to Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (‘APFC’) for £177.9 million, representing a premium to its 30 June 2016 valuation of £175.9 million. The topped-up net initial yield based on market value at 30 June 2016 was 5.7 per cent. (more…) Find Out More...