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Intu Lakeside was founded in 1990 and is home to many popular retailers such as House of Fraser, Debenhams, M&S, River Island, Primark, Next, H&M, Superdry, Zara and Apple. Zara and River Island are among those brands to have expanded their stores in the centre of late.

This landmark shopping destination extends to 1.44 million sq ft and has recently added a new £95m leisure development, which created 225,000 sq ft of cafes, restaurants and new leisure activities.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
West Thurrock Way, Grays RM20 2ZP
Head Office Contacts:

Retail and F&B agent
David Sanderson
0207 494 6900

F&B agent
Mike Webb; Distrkt
0203 828 4098

Retail and F&B agent
Nick Hartwell
Lunson Mitchenall
020 7478 4950

Company Information
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Intu Group; Intu Properties

Retail Units: 249
Square Footage: 1.44m sq ft
Footfall: 20m
Key Fashion Retailers: House of Fraser; Debenhams; M&S; Hamleys; Primark; Next; H&M; Superdry; Zara
Off Season, Off-price: In-season
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Matthew Roberts

Managing Director: Karen Harris
Marketing Director: Ben Leeson (Marketing Manager)

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