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Commercial News MediaEast MidlandsScrivens Opticians to relocate in Newark

Scrivens Opticians to relocate in Newark

Alan Pearson, Associate Director of FHP Property Consultants, has let Unit 12 St Marks Place Shopping Centre to Scrivens Opticians and The Hearing Company.  Scrivens Opticians and The Hearing Company will be relocating from their current accommodation in The Arcade which they have outgrown to open a new flagship optical and hearing aid centre.

The unit occupies a prominent permanent position opposite Wilkinson, at the junction with Clinton Arms Courtyard, which leads to the Market Place.

Scrivens Opticians have taken a new five year lease on 768 ft² of accommodation.

Alan Pearson of FHP Property Consultants commented:

“We are delighted to secure such a quality operator for this prominent corner unit within the scheme, further enhancing the tenant mix”

Kate Ibbitson of Scrivens Opticians and The Hearing Company commented:

“This is an exciting move for Scrivens Opticians and The Hearing Company, from our current branch in Newark, to a new purpose fitted store offering the very best in optical and hearing care in a great location. We look forward to welcoming both new and our valued existing customers to the new branch from the 14 May.”

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