IKEA – Exeter

IKEA has invested £80 million in the new Exeter store and is located on Newcourt Way, bringing its extensive range of inspirational, well designed, quality products at affordable prices to the South-West of England. IKEA Exeter is the retailer’s most sustainable store to date and aims to achieve 100% renewable energy. The store expects to receive a BREEAM ‘excellent’ accreditation and incorporates a number of green technologies such as Solar PV panels on the roof, rainwater harvesting and ground…

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IKEA – Sheffield

Work on the project began in late 2016 after Clugston Construction secured the contract to work on the 340,000 sq ft flagship store. The IKEA Sheffield store, the 20th in the UK, has created over 480 jobs in a wide range of roles including customer relations, contact centre, sales, interior design and in the IKEA restaurant. IKEA Sheffield is the retailer’s most sustainable store to date and has achieved a BREEAM* ‘excellent’ accreditation. The design incorporates a number of…

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Kirkstall Bridge Shopping Park – Leeds

Kirkstall Bridge Shopping Park opened its doors to the public for the first time at 10am on 30 October, offering a brand new retail destination for shoppers in Kirkstall. Located just off the A65, less than three miles north west of Leeds city centre, the shopping park has created 120,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space for up to 18 stores. The £40 million development, which was officially opened by Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves on 6 November has created more…

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IKEA – Reading

The 32,000 square metre store in Pincents Lane, Calcot, is the first store to be built in the UK for seven years and provides the Swedish furniture giant’s full product range as well as leading some new services not seen in other IKEAs in the world. IKEA Reading is the 19th store from the Swedish brand in the UK. Before the opening, IKEA Wembley was the closest store for the people of the Thames Valley which is 43 miles away…

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