Crompton Place bought by Bolton Council as regeneration plans pick up pace

Bolton Council Crompton-Place

Bolton Council has bought the Crompton Place shopping centre from Santander pension fund for £14.8m as part of its £1bn town centre regeneration plans.

Long-term plans for the site include a complete redevelopment. JLL will continue to run the 280,000 sq ft centre, which contains 46 retail units alongside kiosk, office space, and a 285-space car park, while options are considered.

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