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If Carlsberg did Retro Shopping Centres…

Advantages: Good cut through to other roads
Disadvantages: Makes vulgarity fashionable

Joins up Cornmarket Street with Queen Street and Shoe Lane. Only has 3000 likes - - - Oxford has been surveyed and reported as being the most unaffordable location in Britain, property prices are averaged out to be 18 times greater than take-home pa ...

1st2thebar 01.04.2014 · Read full review
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nice shopping centre in oxford

Advantages: shops types
Disadvantages: number of

ok this is a shopping centre in the middle of oxford and it connects 3 major streets and they are Queen Street, Shoe Lane. The shopping centre is not the biggest centre in oxford and it has hade some new shops added to the centre in the last year or so an ...

thesandman 09.09.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Clarendon Centre, Oxford

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Nothing to get excited about

Advantages: A couple of decent shops
Disadvantages: Lots of shops with another, better branch just down the road.

Yet another shopping centre with no real redeeming features. There's a few decent shops here (French Connection, River Island,) a few miscellaneous chain stores (Dixons, Littlewoods,) and a few obligatory stores that have got another, bigger branch 200 ya ...

JimThorley 02.02.2001 · Read full review
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Very 'Cheap' but Cheerful

Advantages: A reasonable local shopping centre, nice surroundings, with quite a few 'cheap' and bargain shops.
Disadvantages: Not a great deal of choice and no men's wear at all.

Templars Square started life as Cowley Centre in the 70’s. It was built to serve the needs of the large housing estates in the Cowley area to the East of Oxford. Although modern at the time it was a badly designed heap of concrete which included a r ...

Freespirit 29.01.2001 · Read full review
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LET THERE BE LIGHT AND BARGAINS

Advantages: Easy to get around and disabled facilities even loos
Disadvantages: need more shops like this please

Templars square, at cowley oxford is a well laid out centre.This neat area is clean and easy to get around with a lift, toilets and a reasonable amount of quality shops. You have a shopmobility store and helpful people if you need assistance and can hire ...

linda01865 27.11.2000 · Read full review
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Review of Templars Square, Oxford

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