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17m plan to create 20 new food outlets at Eldon Square HomeNewsNorth East NewsEldon SquareMore than 20 new food outlets could be heading for Newcastle city centre in a 17 million shopping centre redevelopment.

09:33, 18 JUN 2013Updated09:36, 18 JUN 2013An artist's impression of how the new dining zone at Eldon Square, featuring more than 20 new food outlets, will look Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email More than 20 new food outlets could be heading for Newcastle city centre in a million burberry e shopping centre redevelopment. Property company intu has submitted a planning application to create 21 closest burberry outlet new food units at burberry bags on sale Eldon Square Shopping Centre in a new look dining zone. The catering area based at Sidgate and High Friars shopping malls may mean the relocation of many long standing businesses, including Specsavers the opticians and Boots. Martin Breeden, intu's asset management director, said: "We have engaged with all long term occupiers regarding relocation elsewhere within intu Eldon Square. "Due to our proposals over the last few years we have been marketing units with flexibility therefore a large number of retailers have been on a short term basis. "This has benefited both us and the retailers as there are many burberry black friday sale start up stores in the area which are on a flexible nature at low risk. "Of course, there are a few retailers who either don't want to relocate or who will not want to take on a long term lease without the flexibility in other parts of intu Eldon Square." The proposed food outlets will be covered and set over two levels. with views over Old Eldon Square, Grey's Monument and the Grainger Town Conservation Area. It is understood many well known food chains had already expressed an interest in joining the project. However last night business owners on the two shopping streets said they have not yet been consulted on the plans or know if it will affect them. Alisha Howell, 20, a stylist with Regis hairdressers which has been based at High Friars for eight years, said: "We haven't been told a lot. There's not been any signage to say what's happening. "There is a lot of space for new units and I think it will improve the square for the people who work here because we currently have to walk into town to get food." Sam Miller, 21, supervisor of Spudulike baked potato shop at High Friars said: "I haven't heard about these plans.

No one's told us but I don't really think there's room for them. "There's enough places to eat." Work may start on site in early 2014 for an opening around Easter 2015 if plans are approved by Newcastle City Council's planning committee later this year.


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