Food outlet is open at Cobalt

A new food outlet has moved in to the last outlet at a retail development.

Healthy fast food cafe Spud & Lettuce have opened at Cobalt Central at Cobalt Park – moving in alongside Tesco, Greggs and Navaho Coffee Shop.

Simon Gould, business manager at Spud & Lettuce, said: “My vision is to provide, affordable, delicious and healthy fast food at Cobalt.

“Cobalt Park is the perfect location for us and the support we have received from Highbridge and the Cobalt management team has been fantastic from initial discussions and setting up to site wide communications to the workforce.

“There is a strong sense of community here across the different businesses.”

Bob Fletcher, of @retail, said: “Due to the success of the scheme further developments to cater for the demand from food operators are being considered by the developers Highbridge.”

Adrian Hill, Director of Highbridge – developers of Cobalt, said: “Cobalt has a workforce of 13,000 employees, that retail catchment, together with the surrounding residential areas, has proved to be highly attractive to the nation’s retailers. We are delighted to have secured the range and quality of retailers now successfully trading within Cobalt Central. The development is a great addition to Cobalt and adds significantly to the attractiveness of the overall development.”

“It is a testament the scale and quality of Cobalt as a business destination that we have been able to attract such a range of retailers to Cobalt Central.”