London Designer Outlet in Wembley opens today

PUBLISHED: 07:00 24 October 2013

London Designer Outlet will open its doors today (Pic credit: Jan Nevill)

London Designer Outlet will open its doors today (Pic credit: Jan Nevill)


Bargains hunters are expected to flock to the London Designer Outlet in Wembley when it opens its doors today.

Shops that will open in LDO today

Asics, Adidas, Bags ETC, Brasilian Barbeque, Bhavi Beauty, Cabana, Caffè Nero, Chaboba, Cineworld, Clarks, Coast to Coast, Costa Coffee, Daniel Footwear, Denby, Frankie & Benny’s, Gap, Guess, Handmade Burger Co, Jimmy’s, Las Iguanas, Lindt, LK Bennett, Nando’s, Onitsuka Tiger, Pavers, Pizza Express, ProCook, M&S, Nike, Pret, Prezzo, Skechers, Superdry, Starbucks, Sunglasses Hut, TGI Fridays, Tog 24, Villeroy & Boch, Viners, Wagamama and Zizzi

The city’s first ever designer outlet centre will launch at 11am with an array of events including Bollywood street dancing.

LDO offers 350,000ft² of retail and leisure space which includes 70 shops offering discounts of up 70 per cent and 15 restaurants.

It is also home to a nine-screen Cineworld.

A Bargainista Blitz Squad will be located at a central hub in the midst of LDO where visitors can book a ‘Bargainista Blitzer’ to maximise their shopping experience.

There will also be opportunities to have a sneak preview of the vibrant Sitare Festival which will take place in Wembley on November 2.

James Saunders, chief operating officer for Quintain, the developers of LDO, said: “For us, London Designer Outlet has always been a development about and for the local community and we wanted the launch activities to represent this.

“Therefore the programme for launch day and onwards focuses on our neighbours, the LDO community, and the rich culture, diversity and talent that exists here in Wembley and the surrounding areas.”

LDO is located behind York House in Empire Way.

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