Huw Thomas, Director of Cooke & Arkwright’s Retail & Leisure agency, who acquired the new premises for Greggs said, “Greggs are delighted to have secured this new, well located unit at Trostre. It is an excellent example of the type of prominent retail park and roadside location which we continue to search for on behalf of Greggs, across the region.
“Other new Greggs shops which have opened so far in 2019 include Pensarn at Carmarthen, Gwent Shopping Centre in Tredegar and extending and doubling in size the current unit in Ebbw Vale town centre. We have also recently acquired a new shop on the Glan yr Afon Industrial Estate in Aberystwyth which will open later in the year and there are more new shops scheduled for 2019 in the pipeline.”
Greggs is steadily expanding each year as it continues to buck the high street downturn, with plans to open its 2,000th store during 2019. Last year sales topped £1bn for the first time in its 80 year history.
Greggs now occupies high streets, retail parks, shopping centres, industrial estates office and business parks, shops in travel hubs, motorway services, Universities and busy roadside locations with parking.
Jason Thorne of Lambert Smith Hampton in Swansea acted on behalf of the landlord in the deal at Trostre.
Photo: Greggs manager with Huw Thomas of Cooke & Arkwright and Jason Thorne of LSH at the new Greggs