Amazon Fresh opens in Sevenoaks - their first location outside London22 June 2022
Amazon has opened its first Amazon Fresh store outside London in Bligh’s Meadow Sevenoaks.
Owned by the abrdn PAIF, the 76,205 sq ft Bligh’s Meadow centre is located in the heart of Sevenoaks and offers a blended lifestyle of offices, restaurants, high street and independent retail outlets.
The opening of Amazon Fresh’s 3,500 sq ft convenience grocery store with its mix of everyday essentials, local favourites and seasonal items will complement the existing range of retail offerings at Bligh’s Meadow.
George Shaw, Fund Manager, abrdn commented:
“This is an exciting opportunity to promote innovation within a traditional town centre environment. It enhances our existing lifestyle offer by providing our customers with a seamless and convenient shopping experience.”
JLL and Salisbury & Co are leasing agents for Bligh’s Meadow.
Patricia Corrigan, Media Relations Manager, abrdn
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