Peel L&P has announced over 15,000 sq ft of new lettings at Gloucester Quays across 2022, with British bath, body & beauty retailer, Molton Brown, the latest premium brand to take space at the leading designer outlet.

Molton Brown has opened within a 2,184 sq ft unit opposite Le Creuset. The store stocks the brand’s iconic selection of fragrances across bath, body, and beauty products, fitted out in its trademark luxurious style. The space also features dedicated areas for each of its collections, including an exclusive ‘Home’ range of candles, diffusers, and oils.

Earlier this year, Levi’s upsized within the destination, making its Gloucester Quays location the brand’s largest flagship outlet in the UK. The world-renowned fashion retailer more than doubled its presence with the new 5,000 sq ft space, stocking its comprehensive range of women’s, men’s and kid’s clothing. Eden Menswear also opened in 2022, offering a selection of suits, casual clothing, and footwear from high-quality brands such as Lyle & Scott, House of Cavani, and Jack & Jones, while British lifestyle clothing retailer Fat Face returned to the destination with a 2,100 sq ft store.

Paul Carter, Asset Director at Peel L&P, commented: “It has been an extremely positive year for retail at Gloucester Quays, and we have been proud to welcome so many well-renowned brands to the destination. The commitment of iconic retailers like Molton Brown and Levi’s is a huge vote of confidence in the outlet, adding further range to the destination’s top-quality tenant mix. We look forward to continuing this success into next year and are excited to add many more premium retailers to our already diverse line-up.”

In September Gloucester Quays enhanced its F&B offer with the opening of The Real Greek, the Aegean dining brand now occupying a 4,000 sq ft restaurant. Gloucester Quays is also well into the swing of Christmas, celebrating the season with late-night shopping, an Open Air Ice Rink, and festive markets offering street food and gifts, and is undertaking a series of community focused initiatives including: providing space for a foodbank operator to store food, supporting tenants with a ‘random act of kindness’ scheme for customers, and working with the local church to provide support for the most vulnerable.

The winter festivities will bring a lively 2022 to a close for Gloucester Quays, following the success of their Summer Food Festival, which saw a 63% increase in footfall and an 11% increase in sales compared with last year.



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