The range of beauty services available at Meadowhall has been successfully growing, providing customers even more reasons to visit and enjoy the centre. Other services available include those from Barber Barber, iBrow & Beauty, Supercuts and Mint nail and beauty salon.
British Land, joint owner, has also been expanding the presence of health and beauty brands available at Meadowhall, with standalone stores from Molton Brown, Neal’s Yard, Urban Decay and L’Occitane. Many of these occupiers were attracted to the centre following the £60 million transformation completed just over six months ago, which saw over 34 new brands open stores at the centre. Other new openings include Joe Browns, Michael Kors and Nespresso.
The growth in Meadowhall’s health and beauty offer reflects the increase in demand from consumers. According to a study by GlobalData (Nov 2017), annual spend per head on health and beauty in the UK is set to rise by £73 to £487 over the next four years, with the total market size reaching almost £27 billion by 2022.
Richard Crowther, Asset Manager for British Land, commented: “Thérapie Clinic will provide new treatments to our shoppers and adds to the strong line up of beauty and health brands we have available. By offering more health and beauty services at Meadowhall we’re enhancing the experience of the centre and helping customers have a more enjoyable and convenient visit.”
CBRE and Smith Young represented Meadowhall. Eric Young & Co acted for Thérapie Clinic.