1986 WOOD GREEN SHOPPING CITY..1
The Shopping City was built to encourage growth in the area and to make shopping fun. It cost £50 million to develop. It was opened by Queen ELIZABETH II on 13th MMay 1981....it had taken 20 years. The site area is 9.5 acres which includes major stores, small shops, specialised shops and a Market Hall with 80 stalls. The market has two floors. The upper floor is mainly food; the lower floor sells textiles and household wares. The City square was built for displays and exhibitions to promote and encourage people to use the complex. There are 1500 Car Parking spaces available and some Offices . The Shopping City Employs many people including a Management Team, Security men, Engineers and Cleaners. The City shopping area is locked up at night. Late night shopping is Thursday.
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