What shops are in Concourse?

What shops are in Concourse?

With almost one hundred retailers the Concourse Shopping Centre has a wide range of stores on offer including local independents and well known high street stores such as Boots, Superdrug, Home Bargains, Iceland, Aldi, Argos, Wilko’s and New Look.

Who owns the Concourse Skelmersdale?

Skelmersdale Limited Partnership
The Concourse is owned by the Skelmersdale Limited Partnership, a joint venture between London & Cambridge Properties and Threadneedle Investments.

When was the Concourse in Skelmersdale built?

The Concourse Shopping Centre, the first phase of the Town Centre development, opened for trade on 11th June 1973. Twin cinemas in the bus station building at the Town Centre were opened in January 1974. The population of the New Town at 31st March 1975 was estimated at 39,900.

When did Skelmersdale cinema close?

Liverpool Road, Skelmersdale, WN8 The Majestic Cinema was still open in 1954, but had closed by 1963.

What is a concourse level?

The wide, open area that’s either inside or in front of a building is called a concourse. A concourse is often located where many paths or hallways meet. Concourses are large enough for many people to congregate there — and this crowd or gathering of people can also be called a concourse.

Is Skelmersdale poor?

Skelmersdale is a town split between areas of high deprivation and relative prosperity, according to Lancashire Live. A map created by the Consumer Data Research Centre (CDRC) shows the startling contrast between the prosperous and deprived area of the town.

Is Skelmersdale rough?

In March 2020, Skelmersdale was the worst medium-sized town in Lancashire for robbery, with 2 crimes reported and a crime rate of 0.06 per 1,000 inhabitants. The most common crimes in Skelmersdale are violence and sexual offences, with 1,224 offences during 2020, giving a crime rate of 36.

Is it cheaper to buy Louis Vuitton at the airport?

Guide To Shopping In Airports Shopping designer bags like Chanel, Louis Vuitton or Hermes at Airports are usually the cheapest. It’s far better than shopping at the retail stores in the cities.