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St Stephen's Hull

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St Stephen's
Front St Stephens.jpg
Front of St Stephen's - June 2011
Location110 Ferensway, Kingston upon Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, England HU2 8LN
Coordinates53°44′43″N 0°20′42″W / 53.745400°N 0.345000°W / 53.745400; -0.345000
Opening dateSeptember 2007
DeveloperING Real Estate
OwnerBritish Land
No. of stores and services60
No. of anchor tenants3
Total retail floor area52,000 m2 (559,723 sq ft)
No. of floors3
Parking1,450 spaces

St Stephen's is a shopping centre in Kingston upon Hull that opened on 20 September 2007[1] and attracts more than 10 million visitors a year.[citation needed] The shopping centre is a 40-acre (160,000 m2) brownfield site development in the city centre of Hull, England. It cost £200 million to build and was a key development in the resurgence of Hull as the centre of the East Riding of Yorkshire culture and shopping. It has 12.8 acres (52,000 m2) of retail and leisure space and incorporates retail outlets, cafés, bars, fitness club, restaurants, a cinema and a multi-storey car park. Adjacent to St Stephen's is the Albemarle Music Centre, Hull Truck Theatre and a hotel.


St Stephen's forms part of a 15-year, £2 billion city centre master plan, which once complete will rejuvenate six geographical areas, including three prime waterfront sites containing a mix of corporate headquarters, restaurants, attractions, boutique hotels, luxury apartments and Hull's own World Trade Centre. In 2011, the owner of St Stephen's, British Land, launched its first Community Charter making ten commitments to the local area.

A new 440-seat theatre has been completed for Hull Truck Theatre as part of the development. Another part of the development is the Albemarle Music Centre, which was built at the expense of £3 million for the Hull Music Service as a centre where its youth orchestras, ensembles and bands can rehearse and practice, as well as being a new venue for other events and concerts.[2]

In March 2018 the full-size model of the Gipsy Moth aircraft used by Amy Johnson to fly solo from Britain to Australia, created over a six-month period by inmates of Hull Prison,[3] was moved from the adjacent Hull Paragon Interchange to the centre.[4]


Its shops include Superdry, Next, Flannels, H&M, Build-A-Bear Workshop, JD Sports, TK Maxx, Topshop, Topman, The Body Shop, New Look, schuh, Hugh Rice the Jewellers and The Entertainer, and many more, with a large Tesco Extra, located at the rear of the complex being its anchor store and one of the largest in the country.[citation needed] The complex also contains restaurants such as Nando's, Prezzo, The Real China, Wok & Go, Subway and Starbucks, as well as a REEL cinema.


A new transport hub Hull Paragon Interchange has also been built adjacent to St Stephen's, incorporating Hull's renovated Paragon railway station.[5][6][7] It incorporates a new bus station, catering and retail units.


  1. ^ "Shops prepare for St Stephen's opening". Yorkshire Forward. 19 September 2007. Archived from the original on 6 March 2016. Retrieved 8 February 2008.
  2. ^ "Munro Acoustics enlisted for Hull music centre project". Installation Europe. 31 March 2008. Retrieved 1 October 2008.
  3. ^ "Full-size model of Amy Johnson's Gipsy Moth on show in Hull". BBC News. BBC. 9 February 2017. Retrieved 12 February 2017.
  4. ^ "Amy Johnson's Plane Rehomes in St Stephen's". Hull Central. 9 March 2018. Retrieved 10 April 2018.
  5. ^ "Paragon Interchange". Hull City Council. Retrieved 7 October 2014.
  6. ^ "Paragon Transport Interchange". Wilkinson Eyre Architects. Archived from the original on 17 May 2013. Retrieved 11 January 2013.
  7. ^ "City's new interchange is open". BBC News Online. 16 September 2007. Retrieved 19 September 2007.

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