The Liberty Shopping Centre
The Liberty Shopping Centre is a covered shopping centre located in the London Borough of Havering. It is the largest shopping centre in Romford.
It was originally built in 1968 as the Liberty Shopping Centre and underwent a four-year redevelopment completed in 2004. The centre takes its name from the former Liberty of Havering and is owned by the Cosgrave Property Group.
It is the largest indoor shopping centre in the borough and covers 730,000 square metres (7,900,000 sq ft) with 36,400 square metres (392,000 sq ft) of retail space, around 100 shops. The Liberty has an annual footfall of 23 million, equating to 425,000 people per week. It is linked to Mercury Shopping Centre (formerly Liberty 2) by an underpass.
- Address: Mercury Gardens RM1 3RL
- Phone: 01708 746529
- Website: http://www.theliberty.co.uk/
- Email: email@example.com
- Get there by bus: Western Road (Stop QQ) 66 86 128 165 193 247 294 296 347 365 370 496 498 575 647 649 650 651 686 Station is accessible
- Get there by tube/train: Romford TfL Rail
- Wheelchair access: Yes
There is a lift for public use.
The lift is located inside the car park entrance.
The lift is a standard lift.
There are accessible toilets within this venue designated for public use.
The toilet is for the sole use of disabled people.
Parking is not free for all users.
Parking is not free for Blue Badge holders.
- Monday 9am–6pm
- Tuesday 9am–6pm
- Wednesday 9am–6pm
- Thursday 9am–7pm
- Friday 9am–6pm
- Saturday 9am–6pm
- Sunday 11am–5pm