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Confirmed: Starbucks is coming to Stroud

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The national coffee chain, to be operated by a UK based franchisee, will be taking a 1,450 sq ft unit next to the new medical centre on King Street starting their fit out this October.

South Yorkshire based developers, Dransfield Properties, have so far invested £28.75m into the town transforming the former Merrywalks and now the former Poundland building, bringing designer brands to the centre not previously represented in the town. 

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Mark Dransfield DL, Managing Director of Dransfield Properties Ltd pictured in the former Woolworth and Poundland store.

Managing Director for Dransfield Properties, Mark Dransfield DL, said: “We have made huge steps forward with our redevelopment work in Stroud with phase 4 nearing completion.  The views from part of our community on the announcement of Starbucks joining us have been heard and I would urge anyone unhappy with my decision to contact my office and I will meet with them to hear their concerns and explain why I have taken this decision.  

“I have invested with a number of independent businesses to help them achieve their goals and, as a family business, we will always support local traders but no town can exist without a mixture of national and local businesses.”

As well as attracting national designer fashion brands, the centre has become home to a significant number of independent retailers and eateries, creating a reputation for being a foodie hotspot due to its “Borough Market” style street food and fresh produce indoor market. 

Originally the developer’s had intended the ground floor unit to be a pharmacy rounding off the full medical service offer. Despite best efforts over the last two years, no pharmacy has been willing to relocate their licence to operate at the premises.

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