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Charter Place

Charter Place is a shopping centre located in Watford, England. It is owned and operated by Watford Borough Council.

It is linked on both ground and first floor into The Harlequin Centre.




  • Claires Accessories,
  • The Bag House.


  • Sony Centre.


  • Applesnow,
  • BHS,
  • Browns Ladieswear,
  • Burton,
  • Hak Clothing,
  • New Look,
  • Punky Fish,
  • Styleast Menswear,
  • Topshop,
  • Topman.


  • Presence.

Household goods

  • Argos,
  • BHS,
  • Cargo Homeshop,
  • Poundland,
  • Wilkinson.


  • Posh,
  • Warren James.


  • Andrea of Wembley Hairdressing and Beauty,
  • Dawson Strange Photography,
  • Imagine Estate Agent,
  • Thomson Travel Agent.


  • Footprints Shoes,
  • Timpson Shoe Repairers.


  • YMCA Charter’s Cafe,
  • Watford Market Hall,
  • Popiandys Restaurant/Cafe,
  • Burger King,
  • Wenzels Bakers,
  • Yummy Chinese Restaurant.

Brief Details

  • Co-ordinates = 51°39′23″N 0°23′46″W / 51.65639°N 0.39611°W / 51.65639; -0.39611Coordinates: 51°39′23″N 0°23′46″W / 51.65639°N 0.39611°W / 51.65639; -0.39611

    • Opening date = 1973
    • Developer = Watford Borough Council
    • Manager = Samantha Scott - []
    • Assistant manager = Leena Castro - []
    • Owner / operator = Watford Borough Council (01923) 278000 Property Department]
    • Number of stores = 34
    • Floor area = approx 30,000 sq m
    • Floors = 2 trading (7 inc. Parking)
    • Parking = over 5,000 in Watford Town Centre (all owned by Watford Borough Council) in Watford
    • Letting Agents = Brasier Freeth (01923) 210810 [1]

    External links

    • Official website
    • Watford council website
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