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The prime focus of intu Bromley is to create the right environment for shoppers and retailers alike. A combination of an excellent retail mix, a strong marketing strategy and first class facilities for our shoppers sets intu Bromley apart from other shopping centres. Encouraging shoppers to visit time and time again.
About intu Bromley
141 shops and 463,000 sq. ft of prime retail space. Major anchors are M&S, Debenhams and Boots.
intu Bromley has been the launch pad for a number of retailers including Steiff Gallery, Jack and Jones, Zara and La Senza.
A number of tenants have relocated to large units or expanded sideways including Karen Millen, McDonalds, Marks & Spencer, Café Giardino, Swag and Debenhams.
The Centre operates a shopmobility scheme, personal styling service, car valet service, Gift Card scheme and children's playcentre.
If you need further assistance or need any other questions answered, please contact the intu Bromley Centre management team on 020 8313 9292.
An average of 17,000,000 shoppers visit intu Bromley each year.
66% of shoppers are ABC1 and the core population is 300,000 with a catchment of over 1.3m people within 30 minutes drive. 50% of intu Bromley shoppers live within a 20 minute drive time.
Shopper age bands - 16-24 year olds 14%, 25-44 year olds 27%, 45-54 year olds 17% and 55+ 42%
57% of all shoppers visit intu Bromley once a week. A further 24% visit 1-3 times a month.
67% of Bromley shoppers name intu Bromley as their first choice shopping destination.
80% of intu Bromley shoppers are female.
Approximately 46% of intu Bromley visitors arrive by car. 40% by public transport. There is a very good public transport system – bus and train and two railway stations (Victoria Station, London approximately 20 minutes journey time) with services also to Charing Cross, Waterloo, London Bridge, Tunbridge Wells, Maidstone, Canterbury and Hastings.
For further information on transport and travel links, please visit our Getting Here page.