A shopping centre has unveiled a £1million facelift.
The revamp of the Broadwalk Centre, in Station Road, Edgware, has finally been completed after months of building work.
Its new look was inspired by late Victorian and Edwardian red brick architecture, to remain in keeping with other buildings in the area.
The mall was taken over by Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) in 2012 and since then Metro Bank has moved in and JD Sport has doubled in size.
Centre manager Angela Brooks said: “Edgware is a vibrant and thriving town centre and as the community’s main shopping destination, we were keen to improve the centre to provide a better experience and environment for our customers.
“We have had some great feedback on our brand new façade already and are looking at other ways we can make this the best possible place for the Edgware community. ”
The Broadwalk Centre spans 195,000 square feet and includes 40 shops, including Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury’s, Boots, WH Smith, New Look, Poundland, Costa and Superdrug.