Retail Revolution Comes To The North West
From its Industrial Revolution beginnings, Botany Bay is being reinvented as an innovative mixed use development with an outlet village at its heart. Bringing it to life as an iconic lifestyle destination will be a unique marriage of quality heritage, sustainable redevelopment and the great English canalside.
A former Victorian cotton mill will sit adjacent to the site; a striking backdrop to nearly 300,000 sq ft of new retail and leisure offers, on the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal.
Built in 1855
The Next Chapter of The Botany Bay Story
Built in 1855, the famous Botany Bay cotton mill will sit alongside the beautiful Canal Square. A landmark building in the North West with an enduring legacy, the mill is now set to play a new and different role as Botany Bay reinvents itself for the 21st Century.
A 37 hectare mixed use development set in an idyllic semi-rural location on the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool canal and strategically located next to Junction 8 of the M61.
Botany Bay’s catchment area, and its respective demographic profile, offers a unique opportunity for retailers and operators who want exposure to an enormous new customer base.
300k sq ft
Leisure and retail development
Catchment to Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester
Dating back to 1855
A NEW LANDMARK FOR RETAIL OUTLETS
A wide range of fashion and lifestyle brands will sit beside on trend food and beverage offerings and flexible multi use spaces. All this is supported by an innovative activation programme which will present visitors of all ages with extra attractions and activities to enjoy across the site and by the canalside.
An original mix of high quality brands will be introduced to the region, blending sophistication and enjoyment, luxury and practicality, style and value. All tastes and styles will be catered for.
Rising Across The Skyline
Clearly visible from the M61, Botany Bay is ideally located just south of the M61/M65/M6 triangle, which carries 10’s of millions of vehicles every year.
Botany Bay lies between the A59 & M62 transpenine routes, the key arteries of England’s ‘Northern Powerhouse’, which connects Liverpool and Manchester to Huddersfield, Bradford, Leeds and Hull.
The team creating the vision
Bringing the Botany Bay vision to life are three companies with impressive track records: FI Real Estate Management Ltd, outlet centre specialists Chameleon Retail and Ellis Williams Architects.