Fife Leisure Park, Shopping, Stores, Shops, Cinema, Location, Property
Fife Leisure Park : Dunfermline Shops + Cinema
Scottish Leisure Park : Dunfermline Stores for Grosvenor, Scotland
Fife Leisure Park
Dunfermline Retail Park
Location: 2 miles east of Dunfermline
Key attraction: 10-screen multiplex Odeon cinema
Fife Leisure Park Stores / Shops: Bannatyne’s, Dobbies Garden World
Entertainment facilities: Carlton Bingo, Bowlplex, Adventure Golf Island
Restaurants: Pizza Hut, McDonalds, Chiquito’s, Frankie and Benny’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Nando’s, Eastern Buffet, Bella Italia restaurant
Fife Leisure Park Dunfermline
Dunfermline Leisure Park
Fife Leisure Park Building Information, 2004
FIFE LEISURE PARK EXPANDS INTO UK’S TOP TEN LEISURE SITES
Bowling Operator Top of Wish List As Market Research Predicts Exciting Future For "Magnet Attraction"
As part of the current expansion of Fife Leisure Park, successful planning approvals have now been granted by Fife Council for:
The current expansion adds to the existing offering of the Fife Leisure Park which first opened in June 2000 on a prime site overlooking the M90
David Sivewright, Projects Director for Grosvenor, believes Fife Leisure Park is now near to providing a complete leisure offering. "We are currently pursuing a bowling operator to take up the approved 30,000 sq ft planning consent for a bowling arcade, which will complete this development phase," he says. "Once that deal is complete, we are confident that the site will continue in its steady rise to become a significant magnet attraction for visitors from as far as Perth in the north to Edinburgh in the south, as well as capitalising on an increasingly loyal and affluent immediate catchment across Dunfermline and the West Fife region." Grosvenor’s pursuit of a bowling operator is supported by the publication of an independent market research report (MRUK: May 2004) which showed that almost 40% of current users identified a bowling alley as their number one choice for future on-site facilities.
"The figures reveal what we have already known for some time – that the West Fife region immediately north of Edinburgh is now a fast growing and affluent commuter area serving Scotland’s central belt. The housing boom in Dunfermline in particular shows no sign of abating – with major developments taking place within the town’s eastern expansion zone, immediately adjacent to the Fife Leisure Park."
Fife Leisure Park – Building PR Aug 16 2004
Fife Leisure Park – Facts & Figures
The first phase of the £25m Fife Leisure Park, near Dunfermline, opened in 2000. Overlooking the M90, the Odeon has become an instantly recognisable landmark for the 60,000 or so cars which pass it every day. Fife Leisure Park currently has an 865 capacity car park, a comprehensive CCTV security camera system in place, together with 24-hour on-site manned security.
Grosvenor Shopping Centre Fund
Grosvenor has a strong track record in UK fund management. The Grosvenor Shopping Centre Fund was set up in 1998 as a UK Limited Partnership, and has increased its institutional investors from three to 11 in the last year. The Fund was ranked as the best performing quarterly or monthly valued fund for the year ending March 2004 by the Investment Property Databank.
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Grosvenor has an established presence in Scotland, having a dedicated office in Edinburgh for more than 20 years. Grosvenor is the main development partner for the Fife Leisure Park, in Dunfermline, Fife, and Holyrood Park House in Edinburgh, and has key partnership roles in the Pacific Quay development in Glasgow and Edinburgh Technopole, the world-class science park south of Edinburgh.
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