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  Major developments - Arndale Centre - Wandsworth Council
There is opportunity for new investment in the centre to introduce new town centre attractions as well as new shopping facilities.
Outline planning permissions were granted in 1993 and 1994 for an hotel adjoining the centre on land in Mapleton Road.
Improvements to the entrances to the flats and their relationship to the commercial servicing areas are being supported with a successful Single Regeneration Challenge Fund bid, as well as a refurbishment programme for the flats and the exterior of the blocks.
www.wandsworth.gov.uk /Home/EnvironmentandTransport/PlanningService/Majordev/mdsarndale.htm   (180 words)

  Arndale Centre Manchester
The centre houses an 1800 space multi-storey car park, shopping malls on two levels, office space in tower, residential flats, and originally the Arndale Centre Bus Station at Cannon Street, so badly damaged by the IRA bombing of Manchester in 1996, that it never reopened, and has now largely been built over.
The design for the Centre was made by the architects Hugh Wilson and Lewis Womersley, who had already redeveloped the University Precinct on Oxford Road, as well as a considerable involvement in the redevelopment of housing in the Hulme area.
This is the very last stage in the reconstruction of the city centre since the IRA bombing of 1996 effectively obliterated the heart of Manchester.
www.manchester2002-uk.com /shops/arndale-centre.html   (466 words)

  Arndale Centre - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Arndale Centres are a large chain of shopping centres in the United Kingdom - they were the first "American-style" malls to be constructed in the UK.
The first centre was built in Jarrow in 1961, and was followed by developments in Leeds, London, Bradford, Aberdeen, and numerous other British towns and cities.
The largest Arndale Centre was built in Manchester at a cost of £100 million; it was constructed in phases between 1972 and 1979 and spans 26 acres, with high-rise offices and residential flats as well as retail space.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Arndale_Centre   (356 words)

 Arndale Centres Information
The first centre was built in Jarrow in 1961, and was followed by developments in Leeds, Luton, London, Bradford, Aberdeen, Poole and other British towns and cities.
It was badly damaged during the 1996 IRA bombing and is currently in the process of being extensively redeveloped.
The Wandsworth centre was redeveloped and renamed Southside in 2003.
www.bookrags.com /wiki/Arndale_Centres   (383 words)

 The changing face of Britain's Arndale centres | Regeneration | SocietyGuardian.co.uk
The Arndale at Poole in Dorset, for example, is now called the Dolphin Centre; the Leeds Arndale has become the Crossgates Centre, and the main shopping precinct in the Lancashire town of Nelson has been relaunched as the Admiral.
That, maintains the centre's marketing team, is all in the past, and architects Leslie Jones have come up with a scheme that will sweep away the centre's anonymous, grey-clad frontage and replace it with a dramatic blue entrance portal.
The sheer number of Arndales built (18, at the last count) is testimony to the benefits these new centres brought to towns which had previously offered shoppers nothing but rambling, often war-damaged high streets.
society.guardian.co.uk /regeneration/story/0,7940,467897,00.html   (1408 words)

 Manchester City Centre at AllExperts
Manchester City Centre is at the heart of the City of Manchester, in the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester, North West England.
There are many leisure facilities in the City Centre also with the recent opening of the Printworks, a large facility containing a cinema (including an IMAX screen), numerous bars, clubs and restaurants and also Manchester's first Hard Rock Cafe, contributing further to this.
The landscaping of the City Centre has also provided many public spaces including the newly developed Piccadilly Gardens, which incorporates fountains, green spaces and a Metrolink station, as well as Exchange Square which is located near the Urbis, which is a museum of city life.
en.allexperts.com /e/m/ma/manchester_city_centre.htm   (645 words)

 Shopping Centers Today
What Arndale did before, during and after the disaster provides a lesson to retail property owners everywhere, in an increasingly unstable world where terrorists are more technologically advanced than ever before, and are able to strike anywhere.
Arndale Centre has since installed telephone answering machines and dedicated phones with messages to the public and staff in case of emergency.
Arndale Centre and other affected Manchester stores aren't the only recent retail victims of terrorism in the United Kingdom, of course.
www.icsc.org /srch/sct/current/sct9811/07.php   (1332 words)

 Morecambe Arndale Centre and Central Library
The Arndale first opened in 1972, although it's been refurbished internally the layout remains the same.
Before the Arndale the area was covered by lost roads such as Cheapside, Sun Street, Anderton Street.
It was in a house on Cheapside, next to the Royalty Theatre, the late actress Dame Thora Hird was born.
www.bay-online.co.uk /Morecambe/mshoppingarndalelibrary.htm   (231 words)

 Where is the Arndale Centre? - Blurtit
The Arndale centers are said to be the first ‘American-Styled malls ever to be erected in the United Kingdom.
The first of the Arndale Centers was built in the year 1961 in the town of Jarrow.
The Arndale of Manchester was badly damaged in the yea 1996 during the IRA bombings.
www.blurtit.com /q752132.html   (250 words)

 Manchester City Centre - Wikispectus   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Manchester City Centre is, not surprisingly, the city centre of Manchester.
If you are tempted to travel into the city centre from either Fallowfield, Rusholme or the main University campus, it's only a short walk (15-20 minutes from the Students Union building) or a quick bus ride.
The largest shopping centre in the city centre is the Arndale Centre, though its possibly the worst part of the city centre (apart from the new bit facing Exchange Square).
www.umsu.manchester.ac.uk /wikispectus/index.php/Manchester_City_Centre   (220 words)

 White Young Green Training -
Follow the A660, signposted Skipton, Otley for approximately one mile into Headingley (the Arndale Centre is on the right hand side).
At the Arndale Centre and before the traffic lights, turn right into Alma Road and immediately right onto rooftop car park access ramp.
The Arndale Centre will be on the left once you have passed through the principal road junction.
www.wygtraining.com /index.pl?s=find&loc=leeds   (263 words)

 Arndale back in the top ten - Business - News - Manchester Evening News
The centre, which has just completed a '170m revamp, is back after plunging to 24th place in 2004, as it struggled to cope with building works.
But the 1.4m sq ft Arndale is still five places behind the Trafford Centre, which holds the fourth place in the UK league - and still three places behind the position it held in 1998, when it was sixth.
The centre has improved its tenant line-up, as Top Shop opened its largest store outside London in the latest phase of the Arndale Centre extension in April, and Spanish fashion label Bershka has opened its first store outside London.
www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk /news/business/s/229/229390_arndale_back_in_the_top_ten.html   (476 words)

 Hotels Near The Arndale Centre & Shopping District of Manchester City Centre
The Arndale Centre is at the heart of the main shopping area in Manchester city centre and is a classic mall with food court and all, very little in difference to countless other mall developments throughout the UK.
There is a free Metroshuttle bus that has several routes around the city centre connecting most parts including all the stations to the shopping area.
City centre hotel in the grounds of Manchester Cathedral, in the Medieval Quarter opposite Harvey Nicols and Selfridges stores, 2 minute walk from Printworks Complex, 250 m from the MEN Arena.
www.manchestertoolkit.com /accommodation/manchester_arndale_centre.htm   (861 words)

 The Arndale Centre
The name Arndale comes from the two founders Arnold Hagenbach (a baker turned business man) and Sam Chippendale (an estate agent) who were inspired by the big malls in the USA and brought the concept to the UK.
The Arndale effectively divides the town into two halves so in the evening the central isle is left open later so that people coming into town from the train station don't have to walk around the complex at night.
The Arndale is now a no smoking centre, with the exception of coffee shops and some restaurants.
www.shoutluton.com /shopping/page1.html   (370 words)

 The Copy Box - Professional Copywriting and Content
As the UK's largest in-town shopping centre, attracting over 500,000 visitors every week, the way Manchester Arndale utilises information technology (IT) is not only key to the success of its retailers, but to the centre as a whole.
With Manchester Arndale at the vanguard of market-leading retail IT solutions, Hart explains that the technology infrastructure employed at the centre has a number of key components.
At Manchester Arndale, the essential process of monitoring customer spending trends is in the experienced hands of retail technology company FootFall, who pioneered the use of video cameras to count visitors to shopping centres, and who now employ colour video and thermal imaging techniques to monitor the nature of customer sales.
www.thecopybox.com /feature.htm   (755 words)

 News - Bedford Today: News, Sport, Jobs, Property, Cars, Entertainments & More
Arndale management said that the shop had come to the end of its lease and had been offered a reduced rate, but had chosen not to renew.
At the launch of the new-look Arndale, it was mentioned that it hoped to bring in more stores that offered foodstuffs, and outlets like Costa coffee have been a welcome addition to the centre.
The Arndale is also hoping to have another shop open before Christmas, although centre management would not disclose which high street name it would be.
www.bedfordtoday.co.uk /ViewArticle2.aspx?SectionID=541&ArticleID=1828627   (494 words)

 White Young Green - Find Us
The Arndale Centre is a small shopping centre on the right hand side.
At the far side of the Arndale Centre, turn right into Alma Road and immediately right onto the rooftop car park access ramp.
The Arndale Centre is a shopping centre on your left which has a multi-storey building above it.
www.wyg.com /information/office_pages/office_leeds.htm   (477 words)

 Apple Retail Store (United Kingdom) - Manchester Arndale - Driving Directions & Map
By Car: Manchester Arndale Centre is located in the heart of Manchester City Centre, and as such, is easily accessible by road.
There is a large multi-storey car park with 1450 spaces situated adjacent to the Arndale Centre on High Street.
In addition, the Arndale Centre is just a short walk from Piccadilly Gardens Bus Station, the city’s main bus terminus.
www.apple.com /uk/retail/manchesterarndale/map   (238 words)

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I am going to complain to the Arndale Centre and I hope other people will do the same, to show that we do care about these things.It is what Christmas is all about, but the crib has been stuck in a corner, right out of the way.
The Rev Nick Bell, Vicar of Luton, said he was a good friend of Arndale Centre manager Brian McFarland but felt the crib should have been in a better spot in the Arndale.The Vicar said he contacted Mr McFarlandlast year over the fact that there was no crib at all in the Arndale Centre.
He said that in the many years he had been manager of the Arndale Centre he had had only one complaint about a crib.He said it had been put in an empty shop rather than in the main shopping area because the porcelain figures might get broken or be stolen.
www.lutontoday.co.uk /ViewArticle.aspx?sectionid=541&articleid=279530   (596 words)

 Manchester Arndale Shopping Centre - Customer Services
Information literature is available and our friendly staff are only too pleased to help, ensuring that the welcome extended to shoppers during their visit is warm, courteous, polite and helpful.
The centre is a major recruiter offering a wide range jobs for all ages.
Mexx is delighted to announce the opening of a new store in mid November in Manchester Arndale.
www.manchesterarndale.com /customer_services.htm   (530 words)

 Arndale Centre - SkyscraperPage.com
The Arndale Centre features a 21 storey office tower above a 2 storey podium containing over 200 shops, a 1800 space multi-storey car park and residential flats.
It is disliked by many because it is clad in unattractive yellow tiles which earned it the nickname 'Europe's largest public toilet'.
Part of the Arndale Centre was destroyed by an IRA attack in Manchester city centre on June 15th 1996, injuring over 200 people.
www.skyscraperpage.com /cities/?buildingID=1401   (190 words)

 News from Instant Business
Instant i-retail™ gives centre management staff immediate access to a public-facing website and over 20 in-centre touch screens that can be updated instantly through a simple to use content management toolkit.
He said there were three key benefits to the deployment of IT at Manchester Arndale.
The first was to improve consumer communication, the second to enhance retailers'; communication and the third to improve overall management of the centre.
www.ibltd.com /instant_news-174.htm   (383 words)

 Westfield rejigs shopping centre portfolio - www.smh.com.au
As part of the deal, Centro Property Group will buy out Westfield from its Arndale centre in Adelaide, adding to its shopping centre portfolio built during the $1.9 billion takeover of AMP Shopping Centre Trust in June this year.
Arndale will form the basis of Centro's 33rd syndicate and undergo significant redevelopment.
Westfield's stake in the centres was last valued in December 2000 at $165.6 million and $250.9 million respectively.
www.smh.com.au /articles/2003/11/24/1069522542527.html?from=storyrhs   (383 words)

 ICSC: International Council of Shopping Centers
It's been nearly a decade since an IRA bomb blast severely damaged Arndale Centre in Manchester, England and injured more than 200 people.
That vision was darkened on June 15, 1996 when a bomb ripped apart the center, a supermarket and more than 400 other stores and buildings in the city's center.
Arndale, now owned by Prudential, was built in 1979 at a cost of $176 million.
www.icsc.org /srch/apps/newsdsp.php?storyid=2024®ion=main   (285 words)

 Statement re UK Shopping Centre Transaction | newratings.com
Arndale is expected shortly once final landlord approval is confirmed.
5 The Trafford Centre Manchester - 1,400,000 -
7 The Centre: MK Milton Keynes 1,300,000 Prudential
www.newratings.com /analyst_news/article_732785.html   (1701 words)

 Accrington Observer - Town centre revolution
The new multi-million-pound Arndale Centre dominated the area and the old Broadway car park was soon to be forgotten.
In common with all other Arndale Centres it was announced that the complex would not allow bicycles, dogs and political canvassing.
The Arndale Centre site is best remembered by most townspeople as the Broadway car-park site, but older generations will know it was once dominated by the big rambling Union Buildings Mill on one side and the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel and school on the other.
www.accringtonobserver.co.uk /news/s/48/48037_town_centre_revolution.html   (655 words)

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