MetroCentre (shopping centre)
Shopping centre and entertainment complex in the Dunston area of Gateshead.- MetroCentre (shopping centre)
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Western area of the town of Gateshead on the south bank of the River Tyne, in the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, North East England .
The site is now home to Costco, with the MetroCentre (at this time the largest shopping and leisure complex in Europe), occupying the former site of the station's ash ponds.
Body which administers the property assets of the Church of England.
The CC portfolio in 2020 is extensive, worth around £9.2 billion and includes the Hyde Park Estate and the MetroCentre shopping centre.
Property developer in North East England.
In the 1980s, Hall's company, Cameron Hall Developments, masterminded the construction of the MetroCentre shopping mall in Dunston, Gateshead.
Major British multinational retailer with headquarters in Paddington, London, England, that specialises in selling clothing, beauty, home products and food products.
The first was at the MetroCentre, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, which opened in 1986.
Large town in northern England.
Gateshead is home to the MetroCentre, the largest shopping mall in the UK until 2008; and the Team Valley Trading Estate, once the largest and still one of the larger purpose-built commercial estates in the UK.
British bakery chain.
This store was then followed by one in the nearby MetroCentre in August 2012, with five outlets in operation by February 2013.
Metropolitan borough in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear, North East England.
The area is also an important retail hub, with the largest shopping centre in the European Union, and second largest in Europe as a whole, the MetroCentre, situated adjacent to the A1 trunk road.
British department store group with 44 locations across the United Kingdom, which is now part of Frasers Group.
Gateshead, MetroCentre, House of Fraser (opened 1986, closed September 2021)
Railway station on the Tyne Valley Line, which runs between and via.
The station, situated 3 mi west of Newcastle, serves Metrocentre, Gateshead in Tyne and Wear, England.
Dunston A had a generating capacity of 48.85 megawatts (MW) in 1955, and Dunston B had a generating capacity of 300 MW.
The station was demolished in 1986 to make way for the MetroCentre, which became Europe's largest shopping and leisure centre.