Construction of the new Scotch Corner Designer Village by Bowmer + Kirkland is well underway, with steelwork now going up on the site. The development is scheduled to open in autumn 2024, and is expected to create over 1,000 jobs in the local area.
The Scotch Corner Designer Village is being developed by Scotch Corner Richmond LLP, and is expected to attract visitors from across the North of England. The development is located at the junction of the A1(M) and the A66 between Darlington and Catterick, making it easily accessible by car.
The designer village will feature over 80 boutiques including including Boss, Levi’s, Dune London, Costa, Moss Boss, Clark’s, Levi’s, Wagamama, as well as restaurants, and cafes, as well as the UKs largest Blue Diamond lifestyle, home, and garden store. The developers have said that they are committed to working with local businesses and suppliers, and that they want to ensure that the outlet is a benefit to the whole community.
The development of the Scotch Corner Designer Village has been met with positive reactions from the local community. Many people are excited about the prospect of new jobs and investment in the area. They also believe that the outlet will be a great place to shop and eat.
Benefits of the Scotch Corner Designer Village
The development of the Scotch Corner Designer Village is expected to bring a number of benefits to the local area. These include:
- Job creation: The development is expected to create over 1,000 jobs in the local area. This will be a boost to the local economy and will provide new opportunities for people in the area.
- Investment: The development is expected to bring in new investment to the area. This will help to improve the local infrastructure and will make the area more attractive to businesses and visitors.
- Choice for consumers: The development will provide consumers with a wider choice of shops and restaurants. This will benefit both local residents and visitors to the area.
- Tourism: The development is expected to attract visitors from all over the region. This will boost the local economy and help to create new jobs.