Braehead, one of the UK’s most popular retail and leisure destinations, owned by property company SGS and asset managed by Global Mutual in conjunction with Savills as property managers, is pleased to announce a number of store upgrades at the centre – including health and wellbeing brand, Holland & Barrett, lingerie and adult retailer, Ann Summers and British bakery chain, Greggs

Holland & Barrett’s upgraded store reopens on the lower level of the centre today, with a new and improved design. The enhanced unit stocks the brand’s full range of health foods and supplements, aiming to bring customers a ‘better wellness experience’.


Ann Summers’ newly designed store, meanwhile, re-opened at the end of March and reflects the brand’s refreshed modern look. It is located on the upper level of the centre and continues to stock Ann Summers’ full range of adult products and lingerie.

Greggs’ new unit, which also reopened at the end of March, is located on the upper level of the centre. It has undergone internal layout changes, incorporating additional seating, meaning more shoppers can enjoy the brand’s range of freshly baked goods.

Braehead is a leading retail and leisure destination situated just outside of Glasgow, covering 1.1 million sq ft and drawing from a catchment of approximately 2.1 million. The centre is home to a diverse mix of brands – including many renowned household names, such as M&S, Apple, Primark, TK Maxx and NEXT – as well as a host of exciting local and independent brands.

Steve Gray, Head of European Retail Asset Management at Global Mutual, comments:

“We work closely with our tenants to ensure our offer remains fresh and compelling for guests.  We are therefore delighted that these much-loved brands have decided to invest in their presence here. It reflects confidence in the centre, our relationships and in physical retail more broadly.

“We’ve seen robust year-on-year footfall growth, reflecting the positive response from our customers – underscoring Braehead’s position as a prime retail and leisure destination.”