History[ edit ] Construction and design[ edit ] In the s, the department store chain T. Inrival department store chain Simpson's purchased a 8-hectare acre site to the east and the plan to build the complex was announced that year. Using Lesser's market research, the developers determined how much floor space to give up to each category of retailer, and chose retailers who would appeal to a broad range of shoppers. It was also one of the largest shopping centres in the world.
Instead, Lend Lease bought the land and the project from Blue Circle, and under the leadership of its CEO Peter Walichnowski gathered a group of major investors, which included: Lend Lease also formed a pool of minor investors, called the Lend Lease Retail Partnership, with 18 institutions and corporations.
That gave Bluewater credibility to sign more names, including the two other anchor stores: Construction, undertaken by Bovis Lend Lease started on 1 May At its peak, the site employed 2, workers simultaneously.
In all, 20, people worked In lateDartford Borough Council granted planning permission for Bluewater to build a two-story events venue  of m2, and further extend the south side of the centre.
Construction on the extension began in earlyand when completed in the expansion added more restaurants to the Plaza formerly Water Circus section, including a Jamie's Italian, Wagamamas and Browns. However, due to low visitors, Glow was closed inwith the space being converted to extra cinema screens, a second Pizza Express restaurant and two empty units on the Upper Level, and a GraVity Trampoline Park on the Lower Level.
The events venue was developed alongside the existing entertainment provision in this area, the Showcase cinema which has been present in this area initially as a Hoyts multiplex since the opening of Bluewater. Duringthe Wintergarden food court area off Rose Gallery was extensively refurbished.
Much of the food court was closed for part of the year to enable the work, with McDonald's notably unavailable at Bluewater throughout the period, though the Pizza HutNando's restaurants to the far side of the area by the centre entranceand the Ponti's restaurant on the upper mall, remained open during the works.
KFC relocated to Thames Walk to continue to trade during the development.
When the Wintergarden works completed in OctoberMcDonald's, KFC and Harry Ramsden's returned to their post, along with several new food outlets, most significantly a new Giraffe restaurant which had been constructed adjacent to McDonald's. The previous large 'castle'-style McDonald's was replaced with a simple serving counter.
This currently comprises a Waterstones bookshop, a training and recruitment facility, and Costa Coffee shop on the upper mall, and on the lower mall a row of boutique retailers leading out to a suite of restaurants including Carluccio'sPizza Express and Loch Fyne Restaurants amongst others.
The proposal would see much of the existing infrastructure demolished and replaced with a new larger two-level 'specialist retail' area, similar to 'The Village' at Westfield London, with upmarket retail and restaurant facilities and mall access to both levels.
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