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The Lexicon, Bracknell

As part of an £768 million investment in the regeneration of Bracknell Forest Borough, The Lexicon Bracknell is a new, £240 million retail and leisure centre – one of the most significant town centre regeneration projects to be delivered in the UK for nearly 25 years.

The Lexicon in Bracknell

The Lexicon Bracknell is a new £240 million retail and leisure centre. It is part of a £768 million investment in the regeneration of Bracknell Forest Borough.

The transformation of Bracknell is one of the most significant town centre regeneration projects to be delivered in the last 25 years.  The UK needs urban centres that are fit for purpose – supporting long-term demographic shifts and economic growth by bringing jobs and homes back into the centre of our cities and better utilising our existing infrastructure.  This is a great match for L&G’s patient capital.  We made a £15 billion commitment to investing in UK infrastructure and have already invested £12 billion to date, including urban regeneration, tens of thousands of homes, energy, care homes and hospitals.

Bracknell has a focus now that matches its affluence and aspirations. For too long, the town centre underserved the local community, but that has now changed with an exciting new scheme

Simon Russian, Head of Development

100+

acres of public green open spaces

600,000

sq.ft of retail and leisure space

£200m

investment

Following months of anticipation on social media and elsewhere, customers could finally visit the new shops, dine at the restaurants and enjoy the different attractions following the grand unveiling in September 2017. As part of a £768 million investment in the regeneration of Bracknell Forest Borough, the renovated town centre now has a brand new, £240 million retail and leisure centre.

Bracknell shopping centre after
Bracknell shopping centre before
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