This is a list of the largest shopping centres in the United Kingdom, listed by retail size in square metres (m2). Only centres with space of 70,000 m2 (750,000 sq ft) or more are listed. Some of these are out-of-town centres, while others are part of a city or town centre shopping district, which in almost all cases also includes many stores not part of the shopping centre. Many city and town centre shopping districts not represented in this list are larger than some of the centres listed.

Rank Shopping Centre City/Town Region Area (m2)
1 Westfield London Shepherd's Bush, London Greater London 235,900[1]
2 Metrocentre Gateshead, Tyne and Wear North East 192,900[2]
3 Trafford Centre Trafford, Greater Manchester North West 188,000[2]
4 Westfield Stratford City Stratford, London Greater London 184,100[1]
5 Bluewater Greenhithe, Kent South East 169,200[3]
6 Bullring Estate[a] Birmingham West Midlands 163,000[4]
7 St James Quarter New Town, Edinburgh Scotland 158,000[5]
8 Manchester Arndale Manchester North West 155,200[2]
9 intu Merry Hill Dudley, West Midlands West Midlands 155,200[2]
10 Liverpool One Liverpool North West 154,000[6]
11 Lakeside Shopping Centre Thurrock, Essex South East 149,800[2]
12 Meadowhall Sheffield Yorkshire and the Humber 130,000[7]
13 St. David's Cardiff Wales 129,200[2]
14 Eldon Square Newcastle North East 128,700[2]
15 Derbion Derby, Derbyshire East Midlands 121,000[2]
16 intu Milton Keynes & thecentre:mk Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire South East 120,773[8]
17 East Kilbride Shopping Centre East Kilbride, Lanarkshire Scotland 111,484[9]
18 Cabot Circus Bristol South West 110,100[4]
19 intu Watford Watford, Hertfordshire East 107,000[2]
20 intu Braehead Renfrew, Renfrewshire Scotland 104,300[2]
21 Kingfisher Redditch, Worcestershire West Midlands 102,000[10]
22 Festival Place Basingstoke, Hampshire South East 102,000[11]
23 Silverburn Centre Pollok, Glasgow Scotland 100,500[4]
24 Highcross Leicester East Midlands 100,400[4]
25 Telford Shopping Centre Telford, Shropshire West Midlands 100,000[12]
26 The Mall at Cribbs Causeway Patchway, South Gloucestershire South West 100,000[2]
27 Westquay Southampton, Hampshire South East 93,500[13]
28 Royal Victoria Place Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent South East 93,200[4]
29 Trinity Leeds Leeds Yorkshire & The Humber 93,000[14]
30 The Centre Livingston, West Lothian Scotland 92,900[15]
31 intu Victoria Centre Nottingham East Midlands 90,700[2]
32 Brent Cross Hendon, London Greater London 85,200[4]
33 The Mall Luton Luton, Bedfordshire East 84,000[16]
34 White Rose Centre Leeds Yorkshire & The Humber 82,320[17]
35 Queensgate Peterborough East 81,000[18]
36 Cwmbran Centre Cwmbran, Torfaen Wales 79,000[19]
37 Eden High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire South East 79,000[20]
38 St Enoch Centre Glasgow Scotland 77,000[21]
39 Whitgift Centre Croydon Greater London 74,100[1]
40 Frenchgate Centre Doncaster, South Yorkshire Yorkshire and the Humber 74,000[22]
41 Victoria Square Belfast Northern Ireland 75,000[23]
42 Westgate Oxford Oxford, Oxfordshire South East 74,322[24]
43 The Merrion Centre Leeds Yorkshire & The Humber 74,300[25]
44 The Oracle Reading, Berkshire South East 71,800[4]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Bullring Estate refers to Bullring, LinkStreet & Grand Central which are all interlinked.

References

Citations

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  9. ^ "East Kilbride Shopping Centre". 2019. Retrieved 2019-07-29.
  10. ^ Trevor Wood, 2008. "1,000,000 sq ft".
  11. ^ "Grosvenor". Archived from the original on 2008-10-25. Retrieved 2010-04-01.
  12. ^ "Telford – A Unique New Town" (PDF). Transforming Telford. Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 May 2008. Retrieved 22 March 2008.
  13. ^ "Hammerson celebrates completion of Westquay Watermark". Hammerson. 13 February 2017. Retrieved 14 March 2021.
  14. ^ "Trinity Leeds". Trinity Leeds. Archived from the original on 2013-03-29. Retrieved 2012-09-19.
  15. ^ "Eric Young & Co". www.eyco.co.uk. Retrieved 2019-04-19.
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  17. ^ "White Rose, Leeds". Retrieved 2019-04-20.
  18. ^ Hammerson, 2009, p. 116.
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