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Tunsgate Quarter to launch next week

Situated between the historic cobbled High Street and medieval castle, Tunsgate Quarter is Guildford’s new shopping, dining and socialising destination, which is set to opening on 15 March.

Set out over three levels, Tunsgate Quarter will be home for the latest world-famous Ivy Collection restaurant, the Vietnamese street food restaurant, Pho, and a Nespresso cafe and shop.

Ready for the launch, Claire Suggitt has been appointed as Tunsgate Quarter’s Centre Manager. She brings many years experience with her in shopping centre management to the new role including, most recently, Princess Quay shopping centre in Hull.

Suggitt said, “I’m very proud to have joined the team and am excited for customers to see the centre in March. The remodelled Tunsgate Quarter which will feature a completely redesigned layout with a focus on eye-catching appeal.

'I’m looking forward to working alongside local businesses in the area as the improved thoroughfare that Tunsgate Quarter will provide increases interactation with the surrounding streets of Tunsgate, Castle Street and the High Street of Tunsgate, Castle Street and the High Street.”

With more names to be announced soon, Tunsgate Quarter will rapidly become the most stylish place to shop, eat and meet in Guildford.

It has its own 64-space car park, as well as being within a short walk of Guildford’s other car parks and its bus and train stations.

Developed by Queensberry, Tunsgate Quarter has been 70% pre-let, and terms have now been agreed on a further 12% of the space within complex, with discussions now taking place on the final six units.

The premium shopping and F&B mix will increase the appeal of Tunsgate Quarter to those living in and around Guildford, attracting new visitors to Guildford and as well as encouraging increased repeat daytime and night time visits.