25-29 Queens Square, Crawley
25-29 Queens Square
Demographics & Economy
An expanding commuter town, Crawley has a resident population of circa 102,700 (2011 estimate) and an extensive primary catchment population of 504,000 which ranks above the Sub Regional Centre average. The town is projected to see further above average population growth in the next few years.
Crawley has an excellent demographic profile with a significantly above average population of adults of working age categorised within the most affluent AB social group. In contrast, the least affluent D and E social groups are under-represented within the area.
Retailing in Crawley
There is an estimated 0.96 million sqft of retail floorspace within the town centre. The estimated shopping population is 214,000 and the town is ranked 32nd in the UK in terms of retail spend.
The prime retailing pitch within Crawley runs between Queens Square, The Martlets and the County Mall Shopping Centre. County Mall extends to approximately 450,000 sqft over two levels and is anchored by Debenhams, Bhs and Primark. Other retailers include Superdry, River Island, Boots, Next and Monsoon.
The property occupies a prominent corner position on the southern side of the pedestrianised Queens Square with the return frontage on The Martlets. As a result the property benefits from strong pedestrian flows from the main entrance out of County Mall, linking The Martlets with Queens Square and Queensway. Retailers located nearby include Waterstones, Poundland, New Look, Ann Summers and Costa Coffee. There is a popular 180 space car park located to the rear of the property.
The property comprises a modern retail store arranged on ground, first and second floors of steel frame construction with stone cladding and a flat roof. There is a glazed frontage onto Queens Square and The Martlets. The property benefits from good rear servicing provision, which is accessed from The Broadway.