Union Square visitors in Aberdeen rise by 22%

Union Square The Union Square development opened in October 2009

Visitor numbers at Aberdeen's Union Square retail development have risen by more than a fifth, its bosses have said.

Union Square - which hosts shops, restaurants and a cinema - opened in October 2009 at a cost of £275m.

Management said visitor numbers had increased 22% for the year to 1 July compared with the same period in 2010.

General manager Ryan Manson said Union Square was now Aberdeen's "premier shopping and leisure destination".

He said: "It highlights Union Square's popularity even in the face of a very tough economic climate."

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