Work starts on final shops at Yate Riverside

May 31 2016

THE final stages of the Yate Riverside development are nearing completion, with work starting on preparing the TK Maxx store and the latest restaurant opening to customers.

THE final stages of the Yate Riverside development are nearing completion, with work starting on preparing the TK Maxx store and the latest restaurant opening to customers.
Two ground floor units and one at first floor level are being merged into one for TK Maxx, with the work expected to be finished by late July.
Fitting out will follow, with the store - the last of the retail line-up at the site -  due to open in October.
Meanwhile, the 60s American-themed Dean’s Diner was due to open as Yate and Sodbury Voice went to press.
Yate Riverside is an extension to the main Yate Shopping Centre and features a range of restaurants and shops, including Next and Pets at Home, all anchored by the recently opened Cineworld six-screen cinema.
Centre manager Andy Lowrey said: “This development has been a long time in the making but now Yate has its own evening leisure venue.
“There are still a couple of holes to fill, such as the coffee pod and occupancy of an upper floor unit, but these are progressing.
“Similarly, there is activity on some of the vacant units in the main centre. But these things all take time and hopefully we will be able to release news about more occupiers in the very near future.”