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33.4% of town centre floor space, dominating all other areas. The “Old Eagle Centre” area,
containing St Peters Mall, the original Eagle Centre and the Eagle Centre Market
accommodates 11.9% of floor space. This means that the joined-up covered mall area of
these two adjacent areas represent 45.3% of Derby’s total retail and service floor space.
Arboretum. The centre is anchored by the Southgate Retail Park to the north of the centre
and Pak Foods supermarket to the south.
Part of the city centre area of Arboretum, approximately the area with the key evening and
Scheme. Benefits of the scheme include a raised profile and an improved public image,
increased visitors, increased expenditure and a more successful mixed-use economy.
Data has not been included on registered places because the recording system is being
developed due to the new Early Years Foundation Stage coming into place in September.
This should be available for future profile updates
Table 5: Childcare Institutions
in Arboretum and Derby
with Day Care
Out Of School
Families Information Service, Children and Young People (CYP)
This gives only Ofsted registered childcare settings although there are non-registered crèches and pre-schools in Derby
New Business Starts
This will be measured via the Office for National Statistics (ONS) but data is available only at
a city level.
Number of Businesses
There are 2,339 businesses in Arboretum
, the highest of any of the seventeen wards in
BankSearch New Business Start Ups
The number of new business start-ups in Arboretum increased slightly in 2011.
Table 6: Number of New Business Start Ups
in Arboretum for 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011
This will be measured via Annual Business Inquiry and available only at city level.
According to the 2010 Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES)
there are 4,174
people employed in Derby in hi-tech and medium-tech industries
. Of these 1,443 are
More Use of Shopping, Leisure and Tourist Facilities
This will be measured only at city level.
Neighbourhood Centres/Shopping Centres
The main city centre shopping area can be divided into 8 distinct character areas including:
The Westfield Shopping Centre (extension)
Old Eagle Centre
St Peter's Street