The Lexicon is set to welcome a trio of high-profile names to its multi-million-pound development in early 2024.

Following a record-breaking year for both sales and footfall, the lettings will increase the shopping complex’s mix of retail, leisure and eatery operators.

Following multiple successful store openings in 2023, The Lexicon is encouraging retailers to benefit from their growing trade.

They have confirmed that so far, three new chain stores will be adding a Bracknell branch to their portfolios.

This includes the nationwide bar and cafe chain Lounges, Amorino, the international gelato and desert brand with stores in London, Paris, Rome, and Qatar, and the growing specialist kitchen and dining ware brand ProCook.

Lounges will occupy a 3,400 sq ft space within the complex which is known for its eclectic interior design and relaxed atmosphere.

An internationally known gelato and dessert brand, Amorino, announced its opening for around Easter after its success in London, Paris and Rome.

ProCook will round off the trio of new brands expanding into Bracknell at the Lexicon.

Alongside new stores, there are longstanding retail brands which are expanding after six years at The Lexicon.

This includes Beaverbrooks, who have been located in Bracknell since the opening of The Lexicon in 2017, and are taking an additional 1,650 sq ft of space in 2024. This will create a new 3,350 sq ft flagship store for the jeweller, located on The Avenue that will be opening later this year.

Rob Morris, General Manager of The Lexicon, says: “We’re delighted that The Lexicon’s diverse range of retail, leisure, and dining operators, supported by our award-winning events programme, has resulted in impressive footfall across 2023.

"It’s been great seeing new visitors, young and old, coming to the centre this year, and we hope to build on this success in 2024 with the arrival of more new retailers and further events throughout the next 12 months.”

The Lexicon, is owned in a joint venture between Schroders Capital and Legal & General Capital and has been open since 2017.

Tom Woolven, Asset Manager for Schroders Capital’s real estate team, added: “The Lexicon is a thriving retail scheme, benefiting from a safe, attractive retail environment for shoppers and retailers alike."

More big named arrivals will be announced by The Lexicon in the coming weeks.