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Not sure what this place used to be like but now it is quite sad with shops that are possibly more for locals cheap needs than anything else. There is much better shopping elsewhere in the city so I wouldn't bother coming here if I...More
The facade is impressive but if your a keen shopper you will be disappointed if you plan a spot of retail therapy.
The Metquarter ,Liverpool 1 probably are most people's first port of call ,I tend to pass through here on my way to the...More
This used to be a great shopping centre, you could spend half your day in here back in the 90’s/00’s even have a coffee upstairs between shops.
Now it’s nothing more than a passage way to cut through from central station to St Johns, very...More
Last review commented on how it was better but from a low level I suppose it can only go one way - up/ Well it did get better but still over a year better stopped! - Its small but still part empty!! - A typical...More
This used to be much better, but has suffered as a result of developments such as Liverpool ONE and the Metquarter. There are not many shops left now, although the large Boots store is popular. People seem to use the centre mainly as a cut...More
This shopping centre is very small, about 8 shops, toilets shut off. Not appealing and seemed run down. There is a large Boots and a Clas Olsen. I wouldn’t visit unless in area and needed a particular shop.
A few minutes down from Lime St Station, this Square is a crossroads in the city centre. It’s all pedestrianised and leads straight on to Church St, turn right for Williamson Sq and left to Clayton Sq shopping centre. There is a Tesco Metro here...More