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Designs unveiled for intu Victoria centre's new-look Clocktower dining area

Nottingham’s intu Victoria Centre has given shoppers a sneak peek of what to expect following the £1m transformation of the destination’s Clocktower dining area.

The investment was revealed in August, along with plans to introduce six new food outlets, including Chopstix and Nottingham’s own Clean Cut Kitchen, to offer visitors a more varied dining experience.

Newly released images show how the dining space on the upper level will differ from the main shopping mall, with the use of natural elements like timber and ceiling planting pods. New lighting will change the overall tone and ambience and the introduction of steel structures will help with zoning, creating more intimate seating areas and space for new food kiosks.

Commenting on the designs, Nigel Wheatley, general manager at intu Victoria Centre, said:

“This is a big change and one our customers have asked for. We’re committed to providing the best experiences for our shoppers and they’ve asked us for new food brands so we’re doing just this. We’ve taken comments and insights onboard and I’m confident they will love the new look as much as we do when work is completed in November.

“The new space is also helping to attract new brands to the city and centre, with Triple Two Coffee opening its first outlet in the Midlands and Mr Frites joining us soon, which will be the brand’s first ever launch in the UK. It’s exciting retailers are choosing intu Victoria Centre for their new locations.

“With Clocktower dining at intu Victoria Centre, we’re aiming to create a comfortable and relaxed space where shoppers can unwind. With even more seating available, the option of grabbing a quick snack or having a more leisurely lunch, as well as a greater mix of price points, the new Clocktower dining area will be the perfect space for friends and family alike to come together.”

Other recent additions to intu Victoria Centre’s Clocktower dining offering include pretzel specialist Auntie Anne’s, McDonald’s and Muffin Break.

For more information about any of the upcoming launches, visit www.intu.co.uk/victoriacentre


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