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Community

Grantham Designer Outlet Village will be an integral part of the local community and plans are already in place for the ways in which it will contribute to and enhance tourism in the region.

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Pop-Up Shop

Building strong links with Grantham town centre is top priority for Grantham Designer Outlet Village, so a Pop-Up Shop for use by local artisans and businesses is included in the plans.

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Tourist Information Centre

Space has been allocated within Grantham Designer Outlet Village for a fully equipped Tourist Information Centre to inform visitors of the wider attractions of Grantham and the region.

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Fastcharge car park points

The site will incorporate ample parking with 1800 free parking spaces and 12 fast electric vehicle charge points in phase I and another 120 points in phase II.

Job
Benefits

In addition to jobs created in the construction period, once it is open in 2021, the stores and operations of Grantham Designer Outlet Village will create approximately 1,500 jobs in a variety of disciplines, including retail, management customer service and facilities management.

Should you wish to be considered for any of these job opportunities in the future, please contact: jeremy.fieldsend@fieldsendassociates.com

Tourism
Benefits

Grantham Designer Outlet Village is expected to drive 3.5 million visitors to the local area every year, drawing on a vast affluent catchment that stretches from Lincoln to Cambridge and includes Peterborough and Nottingham.

Grantham Designer Outlet Village will be the UK’s only premium outlet with a visible frontage and direct access from the UK’s 3rd busiest highway (A1) via a newly constructed junction.

Grantham Designer Outlet Village will facilitate marketing links with local tourist attractions through direct relationships and via South Kesteven District Council and Lincolnshire County Council. Primary local tourist attractions include Burghley House, Belton House and Belvoir Castle, which together attract an annual footfall of over 580K.