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Brownfield retail park opens in Lowestoft

A new retail park has opened in Lowestoft, the UK’s most easterly town. The centre, developed by Freshwater Group, is anchored by branches of Aldi and The Range, and features a retail terrace, drive-thru coffee shop, and car parking with remodelled site access.

The 6,503 sq m (70,000 sq ft) development was designed by Urban Edge Architecture, which worked with TPS Development Management to implement the scheme.

Situated on a redundant brownfield site, the £7m project seeks to provide an impressive new gateway into the town. It has met the requirements of retailers including Costa Coffee, Greggs, Subway, and Card Factory.

"We are excited to see our design finally completed. It has been a long journey - with the original planning being granted in December 2015 - but the finished development is a quality new retail destination that will boost Lowestoft's economy and offer good local employment opportunities, as well as creating a positive first view of the town from the south."

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