Albion Place Retail Development – North Yorkshire
Maple Grove Developments
Site Location: Skipton, North Yorkshire
Designed by Bowman Riley Architects, Albion Place is a new award-winning 46,500 ft² retail development on Skipton High Street. The development reinforces the North Yorkshire market town as a retail destination and is a boost to the local economy.
The development involved the demolition of an unpopular 1960s building to make way for new retail units totaling 4000m² and a 650m² restaurant unit.
In addition, we designed improvements to the public realm including the creation of Museum Yard, a unique space located behind the High Street. This space provides perimeter seating and a space for community events such as exhibitions, stalls and performances.
Designed to be contemporary yet sympathetic to the historic grain of the town centre. Bowman Riley carefully considered the design of Albion Place and its proximity to Skipton’s medieval Castle and Holy Trinity Church.
The development features natural stone, glazing and slate roofs to reflect the high quality built environment and to set the standard for future developments in this picturesque town.
95% pre-let prior to opening, Albion Place provides Skipton with larger scale retail units accommodating a mixture of national and local tenants: Next, Pizza Express, Cotswold Outdoors, Pavers Shoes, Cotton Traders, Dawson’s Department Store and Chevin Cycles Otley.
Albion Place was awarded the top prize of ‘Development of the Year 2014’ at the Yorkshire Insider Property Awards.
Asda Petrol Filling Station – South Wales
Location: Blackwood, South Wales
As part of Bowman Riley Architects ongoing framework with Asda, we completed a new petrol filling station in the car park of Asda’s superstore in Blackwood.
Bowman Riley undertook the design and principal designer roles on the project working alongside main contractor Premier Group, Dudleys, Adept structural engineers and Project Managers, GPS.
The new petrol filling station houses four pay-at-pump dispensers, two 75,000 litre tanks, canopy, control room, driver controlled delivery unit and totem signage.
The scheme involved the reconfiguration of the car park to accommodate the petrol filling station. The project is situated on an elevated former landfill site with ground gas contamination and challenging structural requirements.
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New Asda Supermarket – Tain Scotland
Site Location: Tain, Scottish Highlands
Bowman Riley Architects was appointed by Longcross Construction to provide architectural services for a new build Asda supermarket Tain, Scotland. The development comprises a café, petrol filling station and car park including charge points for electric vehicles and bicycle facilities.
Delivered on a design and build basis, Longcross selected Bowman Riley as their preferred architect to take the project through to completion using the BIM software Revit.
The 34,000 ft² supermarket is partially timber clad and surrounded by existing boundary stone walls that had to be retained.
The supermarket is the first major food retail offering in the town of Tain and was opened in autumn 2012. The development has created around 90 jobs for local people representing a major long-term boost to the local economy.
Dales Market Corner and Petrol Filling Station – Harrogate
Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire Dales
The Dales Market Corner is a uniquely designed, independent convenience store with a petrol filling station in the heart of the scenic market town of Pateley Bridge in Nidderdale, an area of outstanding beauty. On a brownfield site (formerly a car dealership), a Costcutter kiosk was enlarged, rebranded and reopened as a wholly independent convenience store. This followed the successful first phase of the development; the refurbishment of the petrol filling station and forecourt. Phase 1 involved the refurbishment of the petrol filling station including a new canopy, forecourt alterations and replacement fuel tanks, pumps and lines in conjunction with a specialist petrol filling station contractor. Phase 2 was the partial demolition and extension to the convenience store building to create a circa 300m² footprint (an increase of 200%). The works were planned to be phased to enable the store to continue to trade with minimal disruption.
The store is a uniquely five-sided extension seamlessly integrate into the local vernacular with its use of traditional building materials applied in a contemporary form. From afar, the angular and split level roof responds to its unique and varied neighbours both in form and height whilst addressing the client’s need for a single storey building. Taking its form from the unusual sized plot, the double-height volume enhances the sense of place and space whilst seamlessly integrating into the original forecourt building. This enabled the store to continue trading throughout and now provides for a logical and considered building. Daylight floods what would otherwise be a typically artificially lit space, thanks to a quirky interpretation of the local dry stone walls and the relationship to contemporary glazing arrangements.
This bespoke development responds specifically to the needs of the local community and makes a positive contribution to the public realm and is a valuable asset to the community, who had to travel as far as Harrogate to buy groceries.
Brakes Food Wholesalers – Croydon, London
Brakes Bros Ltd
Site Location, Croydon, London
Bowman Riley Architects was commissioned by Brakes Food Wholesalers, a leading supplier to the foodservice sector in the UK. We supported their ambitious plans to move into the business to business food market capitalising on a strong brand and distribution network.
Working in partnership with Brakes and the wider design team, we provided architecture and CDM coordination bringing our considerable expertise of designing and master planning developments in the retail sector.
The first project was a refurbishment of an existing warehouse to convert it into a 25,000ft² food market in Croydon. The designs provide a friendly and appealing environment whilst maximising the functionality and efficiency of the development. We were involved in the concept planning of the scheme, store layout and the design of the building envelope including a new customer entrance to present their branding on the first scheme.
We facilitated a quick delivery on a nine week programme to a high standard. We introduced value engineering details to ensure the project was delivered within the target budget. The new food market we delivered has allowed Brakes to start their journey in this new venture. The specific internal layout and design has given Brakes a unique identity differentiating their offering from their competitors’ brands.
Bowman Riley is continuing to work closely with Brakes to develop their standards and specifications, whilst reviewing new sites to assist them in their expansion plans.
New Build Wm Morrison Supermarkets – Kidderminster
Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc
Kidderminster, West Midlands
Bowman Riley Architects’ designed the new Morrisons supermarket in Kidderminster. The supermarket was the first in the country to be awarded a BREEAM Excellent rating under the 2006 retail scheme, and provided the company with a greenprint for stores of the future.
The redevelopment of the historic former carpet factory includes a new 77,000ft2 (gross) supermarket, the refurbishment and extension of a Grade II Listed office building with a change of use to museum space, an associated 390 car parking spaces and environmental and infrastructure improvements.
Some of the sustainable features include:
- Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems to generate part of the store’s on-site electricity with the waste heat generated used to heat the store
- Heat reclaim from refrigeration equipment is to be used for water heating
- Solar panels on the roof will provide hot water
- Intelligent lighting control systems will minimise artificial lighting needs
White Rose Shopping Centre – Leeds
Leeds, West Yorkshire
The White Rose Shopping Centre is a key regional shopping destination occupying a 76 acre site located four miles of Leeds city centre. The centre offers 85 stores and 20 places to eat.
Bowman Riley Architects assisted Land Securities to secure outline planning approval for the future provision of up to 2,048 m2 of class A1 retail space and up to 1,850 m2 of class A3 restaurant and cafe floor space.
Projects at the centre include:
- Raising the existing roof level over a 1,262 m2 retail unit to accommodate the incoming tenant, fashion retailer H&M’s particular requirement for an increased mezzanine floor height.
- Retail unit amalgamation together with a 368 m2 two storey new build extension for WH Smith.
- 450m2 two storey new build extension of an existing retail unit for JD Sports.
- 1008m2 extension to the existing food court.
Due to the need to continue trading at the shopping centre during the construction works, the method of construction and phasing of projects at the White Rose are undertaken with stringent regard to the health and safety of both site personnel and the general public.
The Co-operative Group – Across the UK
The Co-operative Group
Across the UK
Bowman Riley has provided architectural services to The Co-operative Group for almost 50 years.
We have supported a host of developments across the UK comprising food and non-food retail stores, department stores, petrol stations, funeral homes, car dealerships and warehouses.
Working in collaboration with AECOM, we undertook a feasibility study for a new sustainable design concept for their food retail architectural identity. A prototype green store was designed that could become the first BREEAM Outstanding supermarket in the country and be adopted across their food retail portfolio in the UK.
Currently, we are supporting The Co-operative on a wide range of retail projects including:
- Estate rationalisation and strategy to maximise the value of their properties through assessing the development potential of existing stores.
- Property surveying and providing updated records of their assets for future remodelling projects from the Orkney Islands to Exeter.
- Producing feasibility studies to assess the development potential of various existing buildings for conversion into convenience stores and if practical, we then take the design of the store from planning to completion.
- Providing internal store planning and refurbishment designs in line with the organisation’s corporate identity.
- Programme management of roll-out projects to support The Co-operative’s store investment programmes.
Festival Park leisure complex – West Midlands
Valad Property Group
Stoke on Trent, West Midlands
Bowman Riley is designing a £2.5m refurbishment of an existing Odeon cinema and leisure complex in Festival Park, an out of town retail park in Stoke on Trent.
Originally built in 1998, the existing cinema complex is dated and in need of investment and refurbishment to enable it to respond to changes in customer demand and to compete with a new city centre cinema. In addition, much of the first floor is currently empty following the closure of the Quasar laser game.
A planning application has been recently submitted to transform the buildings exterior, which will be over-clad to give it a more contemporary appearance.
To occupy the vacant space within the building, the plan is to open three restaurants. The proposal will ensure the Odeon cinema can operate viably in todays evolving leisure market.
Valad Property Group subsequently bought another leisure site in Blackpool to be given a similar facelift.
Cavendish Pavilion – Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire
Devonshire Hotels and Restaurants
Bolton Abbey, Wharfdale, Yorkshire Dales
Bowman Riley designed and project managed the major refurbishment of the Cavendish Pavilion, a historic tourist attraction in the heart of The Bolton Abbey Estate in the Yorkshire Dales, which was completed in Spring 2012.
The Pavilion is set within a conservation area and areas designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest, including an ancient woodland (mainly oak) and the length of the River Wharfe known as The Strid.
Originally built in 1898 to serve tea and cakes to the thousands of visitors who arrived by train, The Pavilion resembles a Victorian style station building.
Refurbished in the 1980s, the Cavendish Pavilion needed to be upgraded and renovated to meet the needs of modern visitors.
The refurbishment works comprised the removal of low height exterior sleeper walls, which had acted as a barrier to custom and separated the venue from its environment. Internally, new glazing for the doors and windows was installed to increase natural lighting, new café servery to upgrade and modernise the facility and refurbished WCs.
The Pavilion was reopened by the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire in May 2012 in time for the summer tourist season and was Highly Commended in the Tourism & Leisure category at the Pro-Yorkshire RICS Awards 2013.
Wm Morrison Supermarkets – Across the UK
Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc
Site Location: Across the UK
Bowman Riley Architects has been working for Wm Morrison Supermarkets for 25 years. It is testament to our ability to adapt, innovate and strive to break new grounds in terms of project delivery efficiency, cost savings and sustainability that we are retained as framework architects.
Projects for Wm Morrison:
- Project leaders for new supermarkets
- Designers on large scale extensions
- Store conversions following Morrison’s acquisition of Safeway, Somerfield and Netto stores.
- Managing complex refurbishment programmes including Store of the Future
- Monitoring shell developments prior to the full service for the fit-out
- Creating the manual for the design of petrol filling stations for all framework architects to follow.
- Kidderminster became the first BREEAM Excellent supermarket in the UK.
- Morrison’s first fast track store at Minehead under their first Design & Build contract.
- Fastest new build store in Littlehampton working closely with the contractor to reduce programme.
- On the Newport supermarket, we saved 30% of the contract sum (£2.8m).
Craven Court Shopping Centre – North Yorkshire
Skipton Town Centre, North Yorkshire
Craven Court Shopping Centre is situated just off the main High Street in the centre of Skipton, a bustling market town on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
The shopping centre was originally developed and expanded from a 16th century theatre. The development of this enclosed shopping centre was completed in 1988 and is based on a Victorian theme with wrought iron work and glass roof. The original stone walls are partly listed and provide a traditional backdrop to the shopping experience.
Craven Court is home to 28 stores from national names such as Laura Ashley, Wallis, and H. Samuel’s to small independent retailers.
Bowman Riley was commissioned to provide feasibility schemes for the reconfiguration and extensions to the shopping centre.
The brief was to create a method of enticing shoppers from Otley Street into Craven Court through integrating the external street scene into the existing units.
Sunlight analysis was undertaken to position the external seating area in the most suitable locations. The design created an avenue that linked the new facilities to the existing High Street whilst maintaining the composition and aesthetics of the conservation area status.
Wm Morrison Supermarket Fresh Format Programme – Across the UK
Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc
UK (England, Scotland and Wales)
As part of our framework agreement with Wm Morrison Supermarkets, Bowman Riley has been instrumental in the successful delivery of Morrisons Fresh Format programme.
The Store of the Future programme transforms existing stores into a contemporary shopping space, focusing on a wide-ranging, premium fresh food offer, yet still delivering Morrisons’ reputation for good value. These new style stores offer up to 450 different lines of fresh produce including an array of exotic fruits and vegetables.
To date we have delivered 65 projects to upgrade and re-brand Morrison’s properties under their ‘Fresh Format’ roll-out to fast track 3, 6 and 12 week programmes throughout the North of England and Scotland. Our design and project management role involved the successful management of night working to avoid disruption of the operations to the retail environment.
Concurrently as lead architect, we prepared dilapidation reports and organisation of maintenance works. On this programme, we developed the standards and guidelines manual for the other framework architects and contractors.
Saltney Retail Park – Chester
Wm Morrison Supermarkets Plc
Site Location: Saltney, Chester
Bowman Riley was involved in the refurbishment of an existing building to create an attractive new retail space, Saltney Retail Park in Chester, on the site of a former Wm Morrisons Supermarket.
The site in Saltney had become redundant after Morrisons vacated its premises in 2005 before opening a new store on the High Street in 2010. Go Outdoors transformed the refurbished unit to create a £1.5 million outdoor superstore store boasting a climbing wall, interactive fishing simulator and café. The Go Outdoors superstore opened in April 2012 the centrepiece of the proposed Saltney Retail Park.In addition Bowman Riley designed five retail units totalling 45,000ft², which were submitted for planning approval. Flintshire Council is currently considering the application by the supermarket giant to create this additional floor space.
In addition Bowman Riley designed five retail units totalling 45,000ft², which were submitted for planning approval. Flintshire Council is currently considering the application by the supermarket giant to create this additional floor space.
Silverlink Shopping Park – Newcastle
Nortrust Nominees and ESH Build
Bowman Riley developed two new restaurant units at the Silverlink Shopping Park, from planning to construction. The project was initially for Nortrust Nominees and subsequently for the contractor ESH Build.
Silverlink Shopping Park is a major retail park in Newcastle with over 20 retailers and leisure offerings of an Odeon cinema and restaurant units such as Pizza Hut, McDonalds and Frankie & Benny’s.
The two new 3,200ft2 restaurant units are located in the heart of the shopping park, adjacent to the Odeon cinema and are currently occupied by Nandoís and Bella Italia.
Bowman Riley produced the designs for the new units using the BIM software Revit Architecture as an integrated project with the structural engineers. This has enabled the virtual information model to be handed from the design team to the contractor and then on to the owner/operator, which has improved efficiency and coordination and provides more extensive information to the shopping park operator.
Hattersley Retail Centre – Greater Manchester
Maple Grove Developments
Hattersley, Greater Manchester
Bowman Riley Architects supported Maple Grove Developments in their bid to Tameside Council to develop a new retail centre in Hattersley, Greater Manchester. This follows our previous successful projects, Albion Place and No.9 Skipton High Street.
Working closely with Maple Grove, Bowman Riley provided an approach, concept designs and 3D images for the 75,000ft2 retail scheme located on a brownfield site just off the M67 at the junction of Stockport Road and Ashworth Lane. The scheme comprises a mix of units including an anchor store, a drive-through restaurant and retail space.
Our site analysis and concept development focused on links with the recently constructed local community hub and supermarket. This allowed for smaller retail and drive-through food amenities to be located at the focal point of the junction of Stockport Road whilst maintaining the pedestrian scale and opening the retail centre visibility from the highway.
Our proposal offered the best use of the site and was attractive for prospective tenants. Maple Grove was selected by Peak Valley Housing Association and their partners Tameside Council and the Homes and Communities Agency as their preferred developer to take the scheme forward.
Following the success of the bid, Maple Grove Developments appointed Bowman Riley to follow the design through to completion and provide the role of Principle Designer.
Derriford Hospital Modular M&S Store – Devon
Bowman Riley Architects designed a new modular M&S store at Derriford Hospital in Plymouth, a large teaching hospital serving Plymouth, Devon and Cornwall.
We worked together with the Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust, M&S, Catfoss, Wates Construction and the local authority to deliver the 158m² (1700ft²) freestanding single storey retail unit occupied by M&S Simply Food adjacent the main hospital entrance.
The unit was designed with prominent graphics on the roadside frontage to add visual appeal and colour at the entrance. Clear glass was used at the corner to avoid pedestrian conflict due to reduced visibility.
Constructed with a hot rolled steel chassis, the walls to the new unit are insulated cavity walls constructed from timber with external cladding to hide the modulation joints.
The unit was construction within a controlled environment, which vastly reduced the time spent on site and provided less material waste.
The building was delivered to site in seven modular sections and erected in just seven hours. The quick installation time meant that site works were kept to a minimum and normal air quality conditions were maintained – crucial for a healthcare environment. Final fit-out was conducted within 10 working days keeping disruption on site to a minimum.
The quality control was such that the building fully met the expectations of the contractor and was handed over with no snagging required.
The store opened on programme and ready for trade as planned offering a new on-site retail facility for hospital patients, staff and visitors. The retail facility is currently exceeding predicted sales targets.
Various Shopping Centres – Across the UK
Bowman Riley Architects has designed and delivered a range of projects at shopping centres nationwide on behalf of developers, owners and occupiers. Working in live retail environments, we carefully consider the method of construction and phasing of projects to avoid disruption to the customer experience. We have been involved in projects at the White Rose Centre in Leeds, The Bridges in Sunderland, Clayton Square in Liverpool and the Piazza Shopping Centre, Huddersfield.
White Rose Centre, Leeds
Working for Land Securities, we secured outline planning approval for the future provision of 2,386m² of retail and restaurant spaces following our development of a bespoke unit for retailers H&M, which included raising an existing roof to accommodate a new mezzanine. Subsequently we delivered a range of merger, extension and refit projects for occupation by tenants such as: Frankie & Benny’s, Costa Coffee, WH Smith and JD Sports. Recently we completed a 1,008m² extension to the existing food court to provide three new restaurant units for Prezzo, Wok ‘n’ Go and Handmade Burger Co. These new units, situated around a new events space enclosed mall, will ultimately assist in merging the original centre with the forthcoming cinema extension.
The Bridges Shopping Centre, Sunderland
As part of Land Securities wider £15 million development to extend The Bridges, Bowman Riley designed a £4 million extension to house a three-storey, 60,000 ft² Primark store, twice the size of the existing store with an impressive new facade. We also designed a new contemporary Café Nero featuring a 180 degree glazed façade.
Trade and Public Mill Shop – Leeds
Abraham Moon &and Sons Ltd
Guiseley, Leeds, West Yorkshire
Abraham Moon is a weaving manufacturer in Yorkshire, the traditional home of the English cloth mills. Following a successful project to design the refurbishment of a section of the mill building into a Design Studio, Office and Meeting Room, Bowman Riley Interiors was appointed design a Mill Shop.
Abraham Moon sell to the trade, however, they operate a successful pop-up shop each December to sell their country apparel, high-end furniture upholstery, off-cuts and end-of -line fabrics directly to the public. Abraham Moon wanted to create a permanent shop to enable them to trade to the public throughout the year.
An existing workers cottage was identified on the mill site for conversion and a detailed feasibility was undertaken to explore the design, layout and future expansion for the shop. Following a presentation of the design concept, the scheme was developed into a full construction drawing package for tender.
Our design involved removing the cottage’s internal walls and the ceiling to create a flexible open plan space with exposed roof beams. The heritage elements were retained including wooden floors and existing stone walls sandblasted a large feature sign was to be hand painted onto the gable end of the new Mill Shop.
The retail space was designed with a dedicated shop frontage and car parking for adjacent residents, staff and customers for the new shop. Visit their website here
Design Office Refurbishment – Leeds
Abraham Moon & Sons Ltd
Guiseley, Leeds, West Yorkshire
Abraham Moon & Sons is a weaving manufacturer located in Yorkshire, the traditional home of the English cloth mills. The manufacturer had outgrown their premises and needed to expand to retain their location and modernise working methods. Bowman Riley was commissioned to provide architecture, interior design, contract administration and CDMC to extend the factory by 45,000 ft2 bringing all machinery into one location in an open plan space.
Considering the site’s adjacency to a railway line, we communicated with Network Rail to ensure the factory and railway line were kept safe throughout construction.
Following the successful completion of the extension, we designed the refurbishment of a redundant first floor space within the mill into a dynamic design office and showroom.
Over 70% of the cloth produced by the factory is exported to America and Asia with clients visiting the factory from overseas to source traditional tweeds and cloths. The existing design studio was unable to handle large client meetings with no facility to display the fabrics.
The brief involved forming a new entrance with vertical circulation providing direct access to staff and visitors. A state-of-the-art heating and cooling system was required to convert the factory space into a comfortable office and showroom. Historic features were retained and the whole space was sandblasted exposing the original brickwork and stone details.
Located within a conservation area, the mill was fully operational during the construction. The design pays respect to the local vernacular and the site planning and logistics were carefully considered to deliver a traditional appearance with modern facilities.
Artelia Modular Petrol Filling Stations
Site Location: UK Wide
Bowman Riley Architects works on a joint venture basis with Catfoss to design and deliver modular petrol filling stations on behalf of Artelia for all five major petroleum companies. Our modular solutions fulfil a need to provide new petrol filling stations faster and more efficiently.
We are currently involved in the design of two modular models; a large-scale, more traditional petrol filling station and a temporary station with above ground tanks for deployment to a range of sites for several petroleum companies.
Using the latest technology, the modular projects we deliver are predominantly built off-site in controlled environments. This speeds up the construction process as modules can be created simultaneously in a factory at the same time that site work is occurring. There are also benefits in terms of embedding sustainability and reducing carbon, as it produces less material, less site disturbance and offers greater flexibility and reuse.
Esso Petroleum – Across the UK
Site Location: Various
Bowman Riley Architects’ unparalleled experience in petroleum projects can be traced back to the 1970s when the practice was first appointed by Esso Petroleum to undertake projects relating to their retail forecourt network across the UK and Ireland.
In the 1990s, we took responsibility for managing the archive of information relating to Esso’s national estate portfolio. This resulted in our appointment by Esso Europe (Exxon Mobile) to develop European standard drawings to form the basis for all retail forecourt developments in Europe. We played a pivotal role in the development and coordination of these standards.
Today we continue to work with Esso to maintain their standards library to reflect the latest European trends and legislation. This involvement has kept the practice at the cutting edge of forecourt developments. We have also been instrumental in managing the national programme of forecourt upgrades to ensure access compliance on over 600 sites.
Our current activity for Esso reflects their current strategy for consolidation and technical upgrade of their estate resulting in the completion of a significant number of tank and line replacement projects as part of an on-going programme. We are also involved in minor works projects on 40 sites to update the site image to the latest low energy standards.
We have an on-going brief to prepare and update the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere Regulations drawings for Esso on a countrywide basis.
Wm Morrison Supermarket Petrol Filling Stations
Wm Morrison Supermarket
Site Location: Nationwide
Bowman Riley has been working for Wm Morrison Supermarkets for 25 years and it is testament to our ability to adapt, innovate and strive to break new grounds in terms of project delivery efficiency, cost savings, sustainability, that we are retained as framework architects.
We have successfully designed and delivered numerous supermarket developments including petrol filling stations alongside new and existing stores across the UK.
The new supermarket we designed in Illingworth, Halifax achieved BREEAM Excellent and featured the UK’s first entirely LED lit petrol filling station.
The supermarket and petrol filling station we delivered at Minehead in Somerset was Wm Morrison’ first ever new build design and build project driven with a focus on value engineering and speed of construction whilst maintaining a high level of quality.
The Bridges Cafe Nero – Sunderland
Beaumont Morgan Developments
The Bridges Shopping Centre, Sunderland
As part of a wider development to extend the Bridges and create a new High Street West entrance, Bowman Riley Architects was commissioned to design a new contemporary 1500 ft2 unit to be occupied by Café Nero.
The design features a 180o faceted glazed façade and incorporates high level natural ventilation.
The aim of the wider development is to improve the environment of the shopping centre and enhance the retail experience for the Centre’s 21 million customers who visit annually, by ensuring that the most popular high street brands are located within The Bridges.
The Bridges Shopping Centre, in the heart of Sunderland features more than 100 shops, including major stores such as Debenhams, H&M, Bank, Topshop/Topman, Pandora and Next.