Naturally fast food chain Leon and Pakistani fashion retailer Khaadi have chosen intu Trafford Centre to launch their first stores in the north west of England as they work with owner intu to expand across the UK.
Leon’s 1,940-sq ft restaurant on intu Trafford Centre’s Regent Crescent will also be one of its first outside of the south east where it has already more than 40 stores.
Khaadi operates more than 54 stores worldwide which specialise in hand woven loose fabrics, children’s clothing and traditional Pakistani accessories and has taken 2,283 sq ft for its sixth UK store at intu Trafford Centre.
Meanwhile luxury handbag maker Radley is upsizing its successful store at the centre with the opening of a new 876 sq ft shop.
Colin Flinn, regional director at intu, said: “We’re introducing Leon and Khaadi to intu Trafford Cente’s affluent shoppers from across the north west as part our work to support their ambitious expansion strategies at intu centres across the country.