March 1, 2012 by Ffion Williams, Bangor and Anglesey Mail
A STORE which has lain empty for three years could soon accommodate nearly 30 new businesses.
The former Debenhams building on Bangor High Street could be reopened as early as next month, under the name Castle Hill Arcade, with the focus on attracting and supporting “local, small businesses” by offering them reduced rates.
Up to 28 small retail units will be made available in the two-storey shop.
The two men behind the venture, owner Jason Creathorne and Ben Pulford, hope to be able to bring back Bangor’s community spirit and forge stronger links between local traders.
The project has so far attracted a lot of interest.
Mr Pulford said the business partners had deliberately shied away from attracting some of the UK’s major high street brands in favour of giving fledgling unique businesses the opportunity to sell their products.
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