The owner of Coronation Square shopping centre in Cheltenham has wrapped vacant units in vinyl to encourage retailers to see the potential of the scheme.
Coronation Square has 41 units, 14 of which are vacant, and is aiming to attract more retailers. Co-op Food and Lloyds Pharmacy are among the existing tenants.
Savills has been appointed to let the scheme.
Robert Palmer of Savills said: “We are wrapping the vacant units in design vinyls to improve the visual appearance of the scheme in the short term and help to encourage new retailers to see the potential of the property.
“The new owner has extensive refurbishment plans which will benefit the local community by converting this neglected collection of part vacant buildings into a convenient local retail centre.”
The overhaul of the 1960s scheme follows its acquisition by a group of private investors from CBRE Global Investors. Savills has been appointed to let the scheme.