THE LAST TWELVE MONTHS have been the most successful ever for The Brewery Quarter in Cheltenham.

Since October 2017, almost 5 million people have visited the scheme, an increase of 15% on last year. Seven lifestyle and hospitality brands have chosen The Brewery Quarter as their new home with Five Guys, Mr Mulligans Lost World and Babel opening towards the end of last year, and Luke 1977, Creams Café and Urban Outfitters joining the line up this month. The Botanist will also be launching in December.

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High fashion beauty brand SLG - the company behind Superdry’s and Little Mix’s cosmetics ranges - cherry-picked The Brewery Quarter as the location for their uber luxe office, along with international insurance broker THB Global selecting the site as their regional office; securing a 100% office occupancy rate for the scheme.

Demelsa Coleman, Marketing manager for The Brewery Quarter, said: “This is an incredibly exciting time for us. We will have welcomed a total of seven new tenants since this time last year with three of them opening within the next two weeks and the fourth before Christmas. We feel that this perfectly demonstrates our continuing commitment to bring desirable and successful brands to Cheltenham and establish The Brewery Quarter as the place to be for anyone wishing to make their mark in the retail, food or fashion scene in the South West.”

Fast becoming a mecca for the lifestyle conscious, The Brewery Quarter is welcoming two heavy hitting high street brands this month: luxury men’s retailer LUKE 1977 and lifestyle brand Urban Oufitters. The scheme is also topping up their hospitality offering by welcoming the much-loved American style ice cream parlour, Creams Café, a match made in heaven with their neighbour Five Guys, and award-winning cocktail and culinary experts The Botanist in December.

All three brands launching this month will throw open their doors within days of eachother, kicking off with Luke 1977 and closely followed by Creams Café both opening in time for half term week and Urban Outfitters hosting their launch party on 23rd October.

The Botanist is set to open in early December, with the exact date still to be announced.

Phil Martin, Director of Martin Commercial Properties which manages the scheme said ‘It is fantastic that in the current period of economic uncertainty high profile businesses are still being atttacted to Cheltenham. The Brewery Quarter is going from strength to strength and with John Lewis opening later this month, the future of Cheltenham High Street is looking extremely promising. The recent closure of Boots Corner to through traffic has connected the town in a positive way and helped The Brewery Quarter achieve record footfall figures over the summer months’.

To sign up for the Urban Outfitters Launch Party please visit Urban Outfiiters Facebook