Westfield Stratford City Overview
Westfield Stratford City is superstore situated in London, United Kingdom. The superstore was opened on 13 September 2011. The majority shareholder of the shopping Centre is Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield with 50% share whereas the ABP Pension Fund and CPP Investment Board both hold 25% shares. In the United Kingdom, it is the 4th largest shopping Centre by retail space. It is also the second largest urban shopping Centre in the European Union. The Westfield Group manages the shopping Centre.
The Centre provides jobs to more than 10,000 peoples. Stratford Works and Locomotive Depot previously owned the locations. The shopping mall has a parking facility for more than 5,000 vehicles. The shopping mall has a John Lewis department store, Waitrose supermarket, and the Marks & Spencer department store. The Shopping Centre has a casino and seventeen screens all-digital Vue cinema. Hotels are also available for visitors in the shopping Centre.
The visitors can use smart parking service of the Westfield. The visitors can use
ticketless parking service on weekends. The visitors can sign up for smart parking by adding number plate and card details. The barrier of parking will open automatically whenever the visitor’s car arrives. The bill of parking service will directly be emailed to customers.
Cloakroom and Hands-Free Shopping
The visitors can use cloakroom for leave luggage, shopping bags, and coasts. The cloakroom is located on Lower Ground Floor. They also provide a special hands-free shopping service to customers. In Hands-free shopping service, the customers did not need to carry their shopping. The visitors can use register for Hands-free shopping service at Guest Service. The customer can use a shopping passport after purchase so that member will collect shopping bags of customers. Later the customer can collect their bags at guest service desks.