Supercuts, one of the largest and most recognisable salon brands in the UK, has relocated to a new store on Wood Street in Stratford-upon-Avon.
The hair salon has signed a five year deal with UK & European Investments and is occupying a 1,145 sq ft ground floor unit on Wood Street, moving from its previous location in Bards Walk.
John Stacey, Asset Management Director at UK & European Investments, said: “We’re thrilled to be welcoming Supercuts to a new salon on Wood Street; it is a well-known brand that is popular amongst many residents in Stratford and I’m sure this new location will help to further bolster the salon’s popularity.”
Emma Foster, General Manager at Regis UK Ltd, the company behind Supercuts, said: “Our existing team of expert stylists are all moving with us to the new salon on Wood Street and they will continue to offer the extensive range of quality hair services our loyal guests have grown to love and for new guests to discover. As always, our aim is to offer a high quality service without the high end price tag.
“Wood Street is a prime location in Stratford-upon-Avon and we’re excited to have a salon located there.”
The new salon is located near the Wood Street entrance to Bell Court which is currently undergoing a £30 million redevelopment.
John continued: “Demand for high quality retail and leisure space in Stratford-upon-Avon is extremely high with more and more occupiers looking to invest in the town. This deal with Supercuts follows our announcement earlier this month that both Miller & Carter and All Bar One will be opening units within our Bell Court development.
“The redevelopment of Bell Court is not only attracting occupiers to the development but also to the surrounding streets – such as Wood Street – with retailers drawn by the expected increase in footfall and trade around this area.”
When complete, Bell Court (which is being developed by UK & European Investments) will deliver 70,000 sq ft of retail, restaurant and leisure space, including a four screen Everyman cinema, as well as improvements to the public realm.
Time Retail Partners and Nash Bond acted on behalf of UK & European Investments.