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Primark to open eighth Kent store at Bluewater Shopping Centre

PUBLISHED: 16:12 21 September 2017

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It will arrive in 2019

Primark has confirmed it will be opening its eighth Kent store at Bluewater shopping centre in two years time.

The budget clothing retailer already has branches in nearby Dartford and Gravesend town centre, but now the store looks set to open in Greenhithe.

A spokesperson from Bluewater said: “We are constantly evolving Bluewater to ensure it provides guests with a unique offer and experience. This includes introducing new retailers and restaurants. We can confirm that Primark will be opening a store with us.”

Primark confirmed it was set to arrive in 2019, amid reports that it could replace the Early Learning Centre on the Upper Thames Walk, with the ELC sharing a space with Mothercare on the floor below.

A spokesperson from Primark said: “Primark will be opening a store in Bluewater, which is currently scheduled for completion in 2019.”

The opening will mean the company has three shops within 32 minutes of one another, between Dartford, Greenhithe and Gravesend.

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