German kitchen manufacturer Kutchenhaus opens close to Asda in Newark
A German-based kitchen manufacturer has moved into a large empty unit in Newark town centre.
Kutchenhaus, based in Beaumond Cross by Asda, is bringing high-standard kitchen fittings with the latest technology to Newark.
This up-and-coming brand offers German kitchen, bathroom and living room furniture, and offers finance options.
This showroom will be run by local resident Jodie Mills and her business partner KBSA-shortlisted designer Siobhann Lucy, who between them have over 15 years’ experience in the kitchen industry.
Kutchenhaus has showrooms in Bath, Bristol and York, as well as more than 50 stores across the UK.
Rhona Holloway, portfolio holder for economic development and visitors at Newark and Sherwood District Council, said: “The opening of Kutchenhaus is great news for the residents of Newark. The new store will breathe fresh life into the area with two more stores opening in the neighbouring units very soon.
“It’s rewarding to see our hard work pay off and the development become a reality. The new modern units will create a relaxing and enticing shopping experience for residents in one of the most popular areas in the town.”
Two more businesses are set to join Kutchenhaus in the units next door within the year. This includes a local charity shop and a premium coffee shop operator.
Kutchenhaus Newark manager Siobhann Lucy said: “We offer a wide range of kitchen appliances to suit the needs of our customers and our German kitchens are built to the highest standards and feature all the latest technologies you would demand from your kitchen — soft close drawers, clever corner units, progressive door hinges and more.
“We’re excited to meet our new customers and our expert advisors will be able to help you find your dream kitchen."
Together, the new shop openings and the operation of the new Travelodge hotel represents the final phase of the Beaumond Cross development by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
The commercial units have been designed to accommodate a wide range of uses, with frontages to the newly-completed pedestrian thoroughfare from the town centre to Asda, and to the rear onto the busy Lombard Street.
The units are strategically located in one of Newark’s most prominent junctions.
Lewis Cove, associate director at Banks Long & Co, said: “We are pleased to have assisted in the successful redevelopment of Beaumond Cross and now, working on behalf of Newark and Sherwood District Council, to be able to introduce new tenants to the scheme and enhance Newark’s retail offer.”