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The Fort Shopping Park, Birmingham

(3.7/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
The Fort Shopping Park is a shopping centre in Castle Bromwich near Birmingham, West Midlands, England. It was built on part of Fort Dunlop, the former tyre factory of Dunlop Rubber.StoresBelow are just a few of the many stores, For a full updated list visit the Store Finder As of January 2014 ; Marks & Spencer, Debenhams, H&M, New Look, JD Sports, Sports Direct, WHSmith
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  • Out of town shopping area. Good mix of shops. Plenty of Free parking. Good choice of places to eat, or grab a coffee 
  • Primarily clothing/footwear shops and Boots. Plenty of food outlets Great for easy access and parking rather than visiting larger malls or the city 
  • without going to the city centre for jd sports .foot assylum.lipsy etc its worth the trip if you live in the area. most of the other shops are your standard high street affair. as mentioned by others ...  more »
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  • There really isn't much wrong with the Fort Shopping Park, it's got a great selection of shops (although the last of 'my' shops went when HMV closed down), however parking is regularly an issue of a weekend. I try to avoid the place during busy periods because you will not find a parking space and will end up circling the car park looking for a space. The underground is your best bet but I haven't attempted to park there during a busy period, but the over ground parking, forget it.
  • Some good shops but parking can be an issue since Primark has opened. It has been upgraded with some nice dining options. Think it needs a modern refresh and some additional toilets.
  • Good variety of shops, popular high street stores. M&S is missed! Lots of free car parking space however it can be difficult to find a space due to how busy it gets.
  • I love the layout and although a bit tight there is always a parking space. Plenty of choice in shops, from clothing, phones, electricals to some lovely eateries. Nice shopping precinct made better by the new island system leading up to it.
  • Lots of variety of shops here and plenty of eateries. Plenty of parking both above and below ground. Easy to get to, not far from A/M38 and M6.