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London Designer Outlet
London Designer Outletwas created to anchor Wembley Park’s placemaking strategy and kick-start the site’s transformation into a living destination worth visiting every day. Unusually for a large-scale redevelopment, the retail and leisure element led the scheme, rather than residential.
London Designer Outlet opened in 2013, and the centre was shortlisted for a 2014 British Council Shopping Centre Award in recognition of its contribution to Wembley's wider regeneration, as well as its exceptional design standards.
London Designer Outlet offers a unique range of 70 aspirational and high street brands selling merchandise at up to 70% off RRP. Brands include LK Bennett, Guess, Superdry, Kurt Geiger, The North Face and Nike. London Designer Outlet’s 20 restaurants and coffee shops provide 2,000 covers for Wembley Park's event and everyday visitors. Its 9-screen, 1,800 seat Cineworld is the first cinema in Wembley for over 30 years.
264,000 sq feet of retail
- 70 stores
- 20 restaurants and coffee shops providing 2,000 covers
- 9-screen, 1,800 seat Cineworld cinema
- BREEAM Retail ‘Very Good’, as well as a ‘Very Positive’ on
- Brent’s Sustainable Development Checklist
--Wembley Park 18:10, 27 September 2014 (BST)
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