An exciting retail opportunity amid this exceptional new development; one of just a few leisure destinations in the UK to offer a real snow ski slope.
North Star Village’s snow and ski slope is set to be one of the largest in the UK boasting real snow. It will offer an unrivalled and authentic snow sports experience drawing customers from up to a 2 hour drive time.
The largest IMAX screen in the UK will be the jewel of the Empire Cinema brand in this 12 screen plex offering something for all visitors.
Ten pin bowling experts Hollywood Bowl will be opening a brand new centre offering 19 lanes, alongside arcade entertainment, café and bar.
A variety of restaurants and grab/go opportunities are available in this landmark development. Units can be combined to provide larger floor areas.
With flexible units to suit retailers from boutiques and high street favourites all the way to high-end concessions and flagship stores, the retail element at North Star Village promises high volume footfall. Ellis Brigham, the mountain sports specialists, are the latest operator to sign up
Gaining huge popularity in recent years, trampolining is now one of the biggest indoor activities in the UK. The opening of a major trampoline centre at North Star Village is set to be a key attraction of the development.
The well established Oasis Leisure Centre receives in excess of c.615,000 visitors annually, and will continue to attract visitors with its lagoon pool, boasting water slides, water cannon, wave machine and interactive pirate ship.
The c.130-bed hotel ensures that North Star Village is more than just a day destination, putting visitors right at the centre of the exciting leisure options, and adding a draw for business customers with potential conferencing and event facilities.
Up to 16,000 sq ft of space is allocated for a brand new tness gym, positioned alongside the ski slope and other amenities at North Star Village. An excellent chance to be right in the midst of this exciting development.
Located in the county of Wiltshire, south west England, Swindon is a large town with an estimated population across the town and surrounding boroughs of over 217,000 inhabitants. Swindon boasts a flourishing economy in an ideal location, lying between three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Over the centuries, Swindon’s road, rail and canal connections have seen it evolve into a transport hub. By car, the town is easily accessible via junctions 15 and 16 of the M4 motorway and links to the A419 towards Cheltenham, Gloucester and on towards Birmingham.
Swindon’s mainline rail station is just a c.7 minute walk away and acts as a major interchange for trains between London, Wales and the south west. Swindon is a major benefactor in the Great Western Rail programme; in the train line’s biggest investment in 150 years, National Rail are electrifying the line to bring passengers quieter, more frequent and more reliable services between London Paddington and Cardiff. These services offering extra seats have already launched, and electrification from London Paddington to Bristol Parkway and Chippenham is scheduled for completion by 2019, reducing journey times from Swindon to central London to 45 minutes.
Swindon is a major benefactor in the Great Western Rail programme; in the train line’s biggest investment in 150 years, National Rail are electrifying the line to bring passengers quieter, more frequent and more reliable services between London Paddington and Cardiff. These services offering extra seats have already launched, and electrification from London Paddington to Bristol Parkway and Chippenham is scheduled for completion by the end of 2018.
Swindon offers an exciting new environment for business, and a variety of new homes are also being built for a growing population, both in the town centre and in surrounding boroughs.
forecast average annual footfall
of visitors likely to use food & beverage offer (1.64m per annum)
thousand annual visitors to the Oasis Leisure Centre
potential drive time catchment draw
car parking spaces at North Star Village
most productive economy with 82% of jobs in the private sector*
|Ski Slope Forecast||Drive Time (mins)||Population|
|Secondary||26.8 - 50.7||2,852,866|
|Tertiary||50.7 - 120.4||28,268,572|
Opportunity for new build branded hotel, adjacent major leisure development in highly prominent roadside town location.
With the exciting new leisure amenities offered by the North Star Village development, there is a single opportunity for a hotel at the site. The identified, elevated location above North Star Roundabout at the B4289 Great Western Way is prominent in its own right. North Star will offer a unique opportunity for the operator to work with the Snow Centre and become the preferred hotel supplier. There will also be extensive parking for hotel guests, and Swindon town centre and railway station are within a few minutes.
An Initial Impact Study by GVA Consultancy (April 2018) highlights North Star for an optimum 120 bedroom branded limited service hotel; the 2015 outline planning permission for the wider leisure scheme provided for a 130 bedroom hotel.
A c.10 minute walk from the town centre, the site is located just above the North Star roundabout and runs along The Great Western Way, which forms a bypass around the town centre and is utilised by on average 25,461 vehicles per day - making it a highly suitable location for a hotel, with excellent visibility as well as ideal opportunities to place hotel signage in the high-traffic area.
Expressions of interest are invited for this exciting hotel opportunity, to include:
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