Icon outlet shopping centre at the o2 in Greenwich opens for sneak peek today and tomorrow

Mobile users with o2 priority were today allowed a sneak peek inside the new outlet shopping centre years in the making within the o2 at Greenwich Peninsula.

Thousands had a look around today (and the same tomorrow) before the centre opens to all at 10am this Saturday, with live music from midday.

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Only around half of the eventual 85 shops are ready – with the rest open by Spring 2019.

Cineworld expansion is also underway.

All visitors on the opening weekend will receive a free glass of prosecco and elderflower fizz.

It’s the latest in a string of new openings on Greenwich Peninsula. Ikea opens in early 2019. Greenwich Peninsula Market and Design District follows soon as well.

In two weeks a vast new school expansion opens at St Mary Magdalene with pupil numbers growing over coming years to 1,650.

And as covered earlier today, a new 4,400 capacity music and entertainment venue separate to the o2 is looking to open for up to 200 events a year on a site near the InterContinental hotel (which is looking to expand).




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2 thoughts on “Icon outlet shopping centre at the o2 in Greenwich opens for sneak peek today and tomorrow

  • October 18, 2018 at 9:10 pm
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    yawnnnnnnn tell you what greenwich needed…. another shopping centre

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  • October 19, 2018 at 11:27 pm
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    I welcome anything that brings tourists to our town though grimace at how untidy and frankly quite dangerous (for pedestrians) it is outside of the curated areas

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