1. White Rose

White Rose  Award-winning shopping centre with more than 100 stores and a range of cafés and food outlets. Located on the outskirts of Leeds, it serves a large and loyal catchment ensuring a consistently strong performance from retailers.  Principal occupiers = Sainsbury’s, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Primark.  Acquisition date = 1995  Completion = Mark 1997  Form of ownership = leasehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 63,170m2  Passing rent = £27m  Let by income = 99%

2. Cabot Circus

Cabot Circus  Opened in September 2008, this exceptional new retail, leisure and residential space integrates seamlessly with the city centre. It provides Bristol with the quality and choice of amenities it deserves.  Principal occupiers = House of Fraser, Harvey Nichols, H&M  Acquisition date = 1950s to 2005  Completion = September 2008  Form of ownership = leasehold  Ownership interest = 50%  Area = 111,480m2  Passing rent = £18m  Let by income = 95%

3. Gunwharf Quays

Gunwharf Quays  This well known scheme comprises a Designer Outlet Centre with over 80 shops and a wide range of leisure including a cinema, bowlplex, hotel, restaurants and bars. Its historic location on Portsmouth Harbour makes it a popular destination.  Principal occupiers = Vue Cinema, Marks & Spencer, Nike, Gap.  Acquisition date = 2001  Completion = N/A  Form of ownership = freehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 41,250m2  Passing rent = £19m  Let by income = 99%

4. St. Davids

St. Davids  This is now the dominant shopping centre in Cardiff. Having opened in October 2009, visitor numbers reached 20 million within its first six months and a further 40 stores have opened since launch.  Principal occupiers = John Lewis, New Look, H&M  Acquisition date = 1993  Completion = October 2009  Form of ownership = leasehold  Ownership interest = 50%  Area = 130,060m2  Passing rent = £12m  Let by income = 74%

5. The Centre

The Centre  Recently extended through a £130m development. The Centre is home to more than 155 shops and five new restaurants. It is divided into distinct zones, each with its own character style.  Principal occupiers = Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Bhs  Acquisition date = 1973  Completion = Phase 1: Sept 1976, Phase 2: Aug 1996, Phase 3: Oct 2008  Form of ownership = freehold  Ownership interest = 100%  Area = 88,260m2  Passing rent = £15m  Let by income = 92%
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1. White Rose

Award-winning shopping centre with more than 100 stores and a range of cafés and food outlets. Located on the outskirts of Leeds, it serves a large and loyal catchment ensuring a consistently strong performance from retailers.

Principal occupiers

Sainsbury’s, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Primark.

Acquisition date

1995

Completion

Mark 1997

Form of ownership

leasehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

63,170m2

Passing rent

£27m

Let by income

99%

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2. Cabot Circus

Opened in September 2008, this exceptional new retail, leisure and residential space integrates seamlessly with the city centre. It provides Bristol with the quality and choice of amenities it deserves.

Principal occupiers

House of Fraser, Harvey Nichols, H&M

Acquisition date

1950s to 2005

Completion

September 2008

Form of ownership

leasehold

Ownership interest

50%

Area

111,480m2

Passing rent

£18m

Let by income

95%

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3. Gunwharf Quays

This well known scheme comprises a Designer Outlet Centre with over 80 shops and a wide range of leisure including a cinema, bowlplex, hotel, restaurants and bars. Its historic location on Portsmouth Harbour makes it a popular destination.

Principal occupiers

Vue Cinema, Marks & Spencer, Nike, Gap.

Acquisition date

2001

Completion

N/A

Form of ownership

freehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

41,250m2

Passing rent

£19m

Let by income

99%

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4. St. Davids

This is now the dominant shopping centre in Cardiff. Having opened in October 2009, visitor numbers reached 20 million within its first six months and a further 40 stores have opened since launch.

Principal occupiers

John Lewis, New Look, H&M

Acquisition date

1993

Completion

October 2009

Form of ownership

leasehold

Ownership interest

50%

Area

130,060m2

Passing rent

£12m

Let by income

74%

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5. The Centre

Recently extended through a £130m development. The Centre is home to more than 155 shops and five new restaurants. It is divided into distinct zones, each with its own character style.

Principal occupiers

Debenhams, Marks & Spencer, Bhs

Acquisition date

1973

Completion

Phase 1: Sept 1976
Phase 2: Aug 1996
Phase 3: Oct 2008

Form of ownership

freehold

Ownership interest

100%

Area

88,260m2

Passing rent

£15m

Let by income

92%

  1. A proportion of this income is paid in ground rent.
  2. Refers to Land Securities’ share of total passing rent.
  3. May include units in administration where lease has not been surrendered.