Lion Farm. Credit: Lion Farm

Lion Farm: Ninth Largest Outlet Center in Great Britain

Lion Farm, which is conveniently located off J2 of the M5 and serves a catchment that covers the West Midlands and beyond, is destined to become the UK’s ninth-largest outlet center by comparison of goods spend potential.

With 5.3 m people less than an hour away by car, in addition to the fact that it is served by public transport, in the form of trains and buses, and offers user-friendly access for local residents via a network of footpaths and cycleways, the scheme should prove accessible to everyone. Different by design, Lion Farm will offer a whole-day destination for visitors of all ages via its fully-integrated shopping and leisure experience that is both welcoming and fun. Detailed design, reflecting the latest thinking and trends in outlet shopping, is not only focused on the needs of shoppers and visitors, but on the needs of retailers, leisure operators, and the local community as well.

With plans for over 90 stores offering major brands at outlet prices, shoppers will enjoy bagging a bargain at Lion Farm. The offer will consist of a mix of outlet brands that sell fashion, footwear, athleisure, health & beauty, homewares, jewelry, and technology in an open-air environment, which, nevertheless, will provide plenty of covered space.

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