LinkStreet, Birmingham

Where Birmingham happens

The experience

Found on the connecting route between Bullring and Grand Central, LinkStreet enjoys access to Birmingham’s busiest shopping experience. This distinctly individual shopping destination is packed with a mix of fresh and unique popup shops and restaurants that cannot be found elsewhere. LinkStreet distinguishes itself through exciting pop-up shop opportunities and is the perfect location for independent and niche brands to build a presence in the UK’s second city. It’s an exciting retail experience that never stops evolving.

The location

LinkStreet, a dedicated pop up shop area, can be found in the connecting walkway between the Bullring shopping centre and Grand Central and New Street Station, Birmingham. This central, city centre position and ample transport links to Bullring attract a country-wide audience with an impressive average weekly footfall of 750,000. With iconic architecture and exclusive retailers, Bullring is a coveted retail destination. LinkStreet focuses that footfall on a smaller, bespoke strip of fresh, exciting pop-up shops and restaurants. 

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‘LinkStreet was the ideal location for us and we've had great support from the whole Bullring team to ensure our opening was a success.’ Cereal Killer Café

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

Statistics...

36 million

Annual Footfall

50%

Top 3 highest spending ACORN

£105

Average Spend

77 mins

Average Dwell Time

128,000

Size (Sq m)

207,000

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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.

LinkStreet

Space

LinkStreet, Birmingham

K1

The 1st of 5 exciting pop-up shop spaces located on the connecting route between Bullring and Grand Central. Suited to high-end brands and fresh, new concepts. Weekly rate is £950 per space.

Space

LinkStreet, Birmingham

K2

16 sqm

The 2nd of 5 exciting pop-up shop spaces located on the connecting route between Bullring and Grand Central. Suited to high-end brands and fresh, new concepts. Weekly rate is £950 per space.

Space

LinkStreet, Birmingham

K3

16 sqm

The 3rd of 5 exciting pop-up shop spaces located on the connecting route between Bullring and Grand Central. Suited to high-end brands and fresh, new concepts. Weekly rate is £950 per space.

Space

LinkStreet, Birmingham

K4

16 sqm

The 4th of 5 exciting pop-up shop spaces located on the connecting route between Bullring and Grand Central. Suited to high-end brands and fresh, new concepts. Weekly rate is £950 per space.

Space

LinkStreet, Birmingham

K5

16 sqm

The 5th of 5 exciting pop-up shop spaces located on the connecting route between Bullring and Grand Central. Suited to high-end brands and fresh, new concepts. Weekly rate is £950 per space.

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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.

 

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