ARC, BURY ST EDMUNDS

The development of this 265,000 sqft mixed-use, retail and leisure-led town centre extension was completed in 2009 – on behalf of Delancey and St Edmundsbury Borough Council. It was focused around a new town square and also incorporated 62 private apartments and a 750-capacity venue. With 22 of the development's 30 tenants being new to Bury St Edmunds, the town's overall attraction has been considerably enhanced and, as a result, both footfall and trade across the town centre increased significantly.

DAVID LEWIS

WALTHAMSTOW

This mixed-use redevelopment of an existing Mall shopping centre and adjacent land was managed by Spencer Winter whilst at Capital & Regional. The scheme was particularly complex as the site straddles the Victoria tube line, sits next to a main railway line and has the third busiest bus station in London.

SPENCER WINTER

LAKESIDE, ESSEX

Martin Ellis was part of the site-based development team at Lakeside when it opened in October 1990. The 1.5 million sqft out-of-town retail giant comprises four department stores, over 250 stores and 13,000 surface and multi-storey car parking spaces.

MARTIN ELLIS

Arc, Bury St Edmunds

Walthamstow, London

Lakeside, Essex

HOUNDSHILL, BLACKPOOL

On behalf of the administrator, KPMG, and the bank, outstanding construction issues were resolved and the income stabilised through lease renewals and the letting of vacant units – which enabled the sale of the asset to be managed to a successful conclusion in 2011.

DAVID LEWIS

CENTRAL WALK, EPSOM

This 120,000 sqft mixed-use development in Epsom's High Street provided space for TK Maxx, MFI and Fitness First. A new building to the rear created 48 private apartments and 16 housing association flats, plus residents' and shoppers' parking.

DAVID LEWIS

ITIS, HELSINKI

The refurbishment and reconfiguration of the 1.2 million sqft ITIS shopping centre in Helsinki – the biggest shopping centre in the Nordics – was led by John Laker on behalf of the Dutch investor, Wereldhave. Zara opened a new flagship store in the centre and other lettings included New Yorker, Gigantti, Cubus and Bik Bok.

JOHN LAKER

Houndshill, Blackpool

Central Walk, Epsom

ITIS, Helsinki

N1, ISLINGTON

Now renamed as Angel Central, this development created a multiplex cinema and 83,000 sqft of retail and F&B space between Upper Street and Liverpool Road near to the Angel in Islington. Developed on behalf of Delancey and opened in 2002, it also incorporated a 250-seat venue that is now an O2 Academy.

JOHN LAKER

TOWER CENTRE, HODDESDON

The obsolete Tower Centre in Hoddesdon was demolished to create a 58,000 sqft food store for Morrisons together with shopper car parks and a refurbished pavilion for local shops and cafés. Development managed by Spencer Winter whilst he was at Centros, the scheme was completed in 2013.

SPENCER WINTER

CUTTY SARK STATION, GREENWICH

Opened in 2002, this development above Cutty Sark DLR station and adjacent to the World Heritage Site created 60,000 sqft of retail and F&B space plus 24 private apartments and 230 student bedrooms that were sold to Hyde Housing Association for the University of Greenwich.

JOHN LAKER

PALACE EXCHANGE, ENFIELD

Mark Paynter advised ING RED UK on Palace Exchange from conception through to its completion in 2006. The scheme is notable for being anchored by a group of major retailers including H&M Hennes, T K Maxx, Top Shop, Next and River Island rather than a single major store.

MARK PAYNTER

N1, Islington, London

Tower Centre, Hoddesdon

Cutty Sark Station, Greenwich

Palace Exchange, Enfield

THE CHIMES, UXBRIDGE

Martin Ellis led the development team on this Debenhams and Odeon Imax cinema anchored 443,000 sqft shopping centre, which opened in February 2001. The centre provides over 70 stores, cafés and restaurants on a 9-acre town centre location adjacent to a busy tube terminus, with 1,600 spaces in an above-ground multistorey car park.

MARTIN ELLIS

WEAVERS WHARF, KIDDERMINSTER

The first phase of this BCSC Gold Award winning development in partnership with Wyre Forest District Council and Brintons Ltd provided a new superstore for Tesco in 2002. This was then followed by 400,000 sqft of retail space in 2004 – which included large outlets for Marks & Spencer and Next. The complex development involved moving a river, flood prevention works and re-housing a family of otters.

DAVID LEWIS

ELDON SQUARE, NEWCASTLE

This 1.4m sqft city centre shopping centre was transformed over a seven year period by several major refurbishments, remodelling and upgrades. These included a 410,000 sqft new mall anchored by Debenhams.

MARTIN ELLIS

The Chimes, Uxbridge

Weavers Wharf, Kidderminster

Eldon Square, Newcastle

ARC, BURY ST EDMUNDS

The development of this 265,000 sqft mixed-use, retail and leisure-led town centre extension was completed in 2009 – on behalf of Delancey and St Edmundsbury Borough Council. It was focused around a new town square and also incorporated 62 private apartments and a 750-capacity venue. With 22 of the development's 30 tenants being new to Bury St Edmunds, the town's overall attraction has been considerably enhanced and, as a result, both footfall and trade across the town centre increased significantly.

DAVID LEWIS

Arc, Bury St Edmunds

HOUNDSHILL, BLACKPOOL

On behalf of the administrator, KPMG, and the bank, outstanding construction issues were resolved and the income stabilised through lease renewals and the letting of vacant units – which enabled the sale of the asset to be managed to a successful conclusion in 2011.

DAVID LEWIS

LAKESIDE, ESSEX

Martin Ellis was part of the site-based development team at Lakeside when it opened in October 1990. The 1.5 million sqft out-of-town retail giant comprises four department stores, over 250 stores and 13,000 surface and multi-storey car parking spaces.

MARTIN ELLIS

Houndshill, Blackpool

Lakeside, Essex

ITIS, HELSINKI

The refurbishment and reconfiguration of the 1.2 million sqft ITIS shopping centre in Helsinki – the biggest shopping centre in the Nordics – was led by John Laker on behalf of the Dutch investor, Wereldhave. Zara opened a new flagship store in the centre and other lettings included New Yorker, Gigantti, Cubus and Bik Bok.

JOHN LAKER

ITIS, Helsinki

N1, ISLINGTON

Now renamed as Angel Central, this development created a multiplex cinema and 83,000 sqft of retail and F&B space between Upper Street and Liverpool Road near to the Angel in Islington. Developed on behalf of Delancey and opened in 2002, it also incorporated a 250-seat venue that is now an O2 Academy.

JOHN LAKER

TOWER CENTRE, HODDESDON

The obsolete Tower Centre in Hoddesdon was demolished to create a 58,000 sqft food store for Morrisons together with shopper car parks and a refurbished pavilion for local shops and cafés. Development managed by Spencer Winter whilst he was at Centros, the scheme was completed in 2013.

SPENCER WINTER

N1, Islington, London

Tower Centre, Hoddesdon

WEAVERS WHARF, KIDDERMINSTER

The first phase of this BCSC Gold Award winning development in partnership with Wyre Forest District Council and Brintons Ltd provided a new superstore for Tesco in 2002. This was then followed by 400,000 sqft of retail space in 2004 – which included large outlets for Marks & Spencer and Next. The complex development involved moving a river, flood prevention works and re-housing a family of otters.

DAVID LEWIS

Weavers Wharf, Kidderminster

ELDON SQUARE, NEWCASTLE

This 1.4m sqft city centre shopping centre was transformed over a seven year period by several major refurbishments, remodelling and upgrades. These included a 410,000 sqft new mall anchored by Debenhams.

MARTIN ELLIS

Eldon Square, Newcastle

WALTHAMSTOW

This mixed-use redevelopment of an existing Mall shopping centre and adjacent land was managed by Spencer Winter whilst at Capital & Regional. The scheme was particularly complex as the site straddles the Victoria tube line, sits next to a main railway line and has the third busiest bus station in London.

SPENCER WINTER

Walthamstow, London

PALACE EXCHANGE, ENFIELD

Mark Paynter advised ING RED UK on Palace Exchange from conception through to its completion in 2006. The scheme is notable for being anchored by a group of major retailers including H&M Hennes, T K Maxx, Top Shop, Next and River Island rather than a single major store.

MARK PAYNTER

Palace Exchange, Enfield

CENTRAL WALK, EPSOM

This 120,000 sqft mixed-use development in Epsom's High Street provided space for TK Maxx, MFI and Fitness First. A new building to the rear created 48 private apartments and 16 housing association flats, plus residents' and shoppers' parking.

DAVID LEWIS

Central Walk, Epsom

CUTTY SARK STATION, GREENWICH

Opened in 2002, this development above Cutty Sark DLR station and adjacent to the World Heritage Site created 60,000 sqft of retail and F&B space plus 24 private apartments and 230 student bedrooms that were sold to Hyde Housing Association for the University of Greenwich.

JOHN LAKER

Cutty Sark Station, Greenwich

THE CHIMES, UXBRIDGE

Martin Ellis led the development team on this Debenhams and Odeon Imax cinema anchored 443,000 sqft shopping centre, which opened in February 2001. The centre provides over 70 stores, cafés and restaurants on a 9-acre town centre location adjacent to a busy tube terminus, with 1,600 spaces in an above-ground multistorey car park.

MARTIN ELLIS

The Chimes, Uxbridge

Arc, Bury St Edmunds

Houndshill, Blackpool

Walthamstow, London

ITIS, Helsinki

N1, Islington

Central Walk, Epsom

Lakeside, Essex

Palace Exchange, Enfield

Tower Centre, Hoddesdon

Cutty Sark, Greenwich

The Chimes, Uxbridge

Eldon Square, Newcastle

Weavers Wharf, Kidderminster