Brent Cross, London

Where London happens

The experience

Brent Cross is a celebration of the past, present and future in North West London, anchored by Fenwick and John Lewis. Housing 2,000 leading and designer brands, the extension and redevelopment over the next five years will strengthen it as a dominant London retail venue.

The shoppers

Located at the junction of the M1 motorway and the London North Circular, Brent Cross serves around 2million people within its core catchment area, with a spend of approximately £9.9 billion on non-grocery items.

Ready to make it happen? From concept to planning and execution our dedicated Brent Cross team is on hand to help you bring your idea to life...

Ready to make it happen?

From concept to planning and execution our dedicated Brent Cross team is on hand to help you bring your idea to life...

Statistics...

12.4 million

Annual Footfall

73%

Top 3 highest spending ACORN

£89

Average Spend

94 mins

Average Dwell Time

84,900

Size (Sq m)

68,276

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Spaces to engage

Whatever the size of your brand or business we can offer a wealth of knowledge, expertise and opportunity to engage with your customers.

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Space

Brent Cross, London

Site A: External

Various

Site A is a large outdoor space located next to the patio and John Lewis car park.

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Brent Cross, London

Site B: West Mall

3m x3m

Surrounded by Victoria's Secret, H&M Kids and Hollister – this location is visible from both levels.

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Brent Cross, London

Site C: Centre Court

8m x 8m

Located in the heart of the centre, visible from the upper and lower levels. Surrounded by M&S, Tesla and Ernest Jones.  

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Brent Cross, London

Site D: Mall 5

3m x 3m

Located on the upper mall surrounded by Kurt Geiger, Reiss, Urban Decay, Whistles and Keihl’s

Space

Brent Cross, London

Site E: Mall 5

3m x 3m

Located on the upper mall surrounded by Urban Decay, Whistles and Keihl’s.

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Location

Espace St Quentin

Espace St Quentin is a shopping village in the heart of the city and combines a department store concept with an outdoor leisure area and restaurants offering a delightful shopping experience.

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Risk Assessments must be written by the company responsible for the activity. The risk assessment needs to cover set up, customer interface and de-rig. A risk assessment provided for installation is fine, but often the greater risk is what takes place when visitors walk through the doors. Risk assessments should be specific to the activity and to your centre; generic risk assessments or blanket health and safety policies can never be comprehensive.