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£8.7m Cheshire shopping complex comes to market

Green Oaks Shopping Centre in Widnes, Cheshire, has been brought to market through Savills with a price tag of £8.7m.

This is the town’s only covered scheme, extending to 95,545sq ft (8,876 sq m) and comprising 18 retail units, 9 kiosks and a crèche.

Anchored by department store TJ Hughes, which recently re-geared its lease, committing to the scheme for a further 10 years, and adjacent to an 81,000 sq ft (7,525 sq m) Morrisons supermarket (outside ownership).

Complementary to the Morrisons supermarket, Green Oaks Shopping Centre benefits from a strong community and convenience tenant line-up with other retailers including coffee shop chain, MangoBean and Holland & Barrett.

The scheme benefits from adjacency to and part ownership of Widnes town centre’s principal car park, providing 1,100 free spaces.