• Gateway Site – Situated on the picturesque banks of Loch Lomond and at the most accessible point, Loch Lomond Shores is the gateway to the Trossachs National Park.  Scenery and landscape was found to be a major draw for half of (49%) of visitors in a 2016 Visit Scotland survey, which the scheme is well placed to capitalise upon
  • Well Connected – Via the A82 there are strong motorway links, with the scheme located just 40 minutes from Glasgow
  • Strong Anchor – The 90,000 sq ft shopping centre is anchored by Jenners which is performing well – current brands include Ralph Lauren, Hugo Boss, Barbour, Oasis, Coast, Phase Eight, Guess, DKNY, Radley, Clarins, Elizabeth Arden and Molton Brown
  • Food & Beverage (F&B) – A terrace, overlooking Loch Lomond hots a range of F&B at the centre
  • Footfall – The Centre receives over 1.3m visitors per annum
  • Aspirational Adjacencies – Cameron House, a 5 star luxury hotel.  The hotel has 128 bedrooms alongside an award winning spa, gym, 18 hole championship golf course, 5 restaurants and bars, luxury motor cruiser and seaplane.  This provides access to an affluent audience which are currently underserved
  • Lack of Competition – The scheme provides the principal retailer offer within the Loch Lomond area
  • Extensive Parking – Free provision is available for over 1,000 vehicles


  • Large and Extensive Catchment – Based upon customer postcodes collected at Loch Lomond Shores over a full year, the principal catchment contains 2.4m residents
  • 3m residents within a 90 minute drive
  • Significant Market Size – Total Non-Grocery shopper spend of £101m inc. “pull in”
  • Affluent and High Spending Households – Income and Non-Grocery spend per household are +13% and +17% above the average for Scotland in the Primary
  • Family Focussed – Family account for 26% of households, +2% above the Scotland average, +7% in the Primary
  • Increasing Catchment – as the scheme grows and strengthens the catchment is expected to expand significantly


Lomond Shores’ catchment is affluent in the Primary, from where 50% of shoppers are drawn, with Social Economic Grade ABC1 (those in professional and managerial occupations), 16% above the average for Scotland.  Accounting for 55% of residents overall, this indicates a demand for good quality and aspirational brands.



Unit 1          2,077 sq ft

Unit 3b       1,012 sq ft

Unit 3f        1,033 sq ft

Unit 3h       1,507 sq ft


Unit 7          4,704 sq ft

Unit 8(2)    2,024 sq ft

Loch Lomond Shores
12357 sq ft

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Peter Leverett

BSc (Hons) MRICS

Susan Harrison

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