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Dalton Park celebrates strong 2022

The Dalton Park outlet shopping destination has been celebrating a strong end to 2022 and a record year for sales. Like-for-like sales increased by 14.5% compared… View Article

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Dalton Park celebrates strong 2022

The Dalton Park outlet shopping destination has been celebrating a strong end to 2022 and a record year for sales.

Like-for-like sales increased by 14.5% compared to pre-Covid levels three years ago. 

The centre also added Crew Clothing, Skechers and Dune to its line-up while Radley, Clarks and Levi’s upsized to bigger stores.

There was also growth across each category on 2019, with ladieswear up 43.6% and menswear and mixed fashion up 22.6% and 21.3% respectively. 

In addition, the Lindt chocolate brand enjoyed its best December trade since arriving at Dalton Park in 2018, as did Baytree Interiors, which opened in 2021. 

Centre manager Richard Kaye (pictured) said: “With all eyes on the future following the pandemic, everyone has worked tirelessly to push forward with exciting plans and events. The feedback from guests and the sales figures show that the efforts certainly paid off. 

“The fact that sales are up a staggering 14.5% on pre-pandemic levels and despite the current economic climate, suggests that the outlet value proposition is still incredibly strong, and I expect this value message to be increasingly important to convey in the coming months.

“Of course, we are already looking ahead to 2023 and all the signs are that our 20th year of trade is set to be another successful one here at Dalton Park.”

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