Two new national retailers have signed up to take space at Mell Square shopping centre in Solihull.
Outdoor clothing and equipment company Mountain Warehouse and coffee chain Caffè Nero have both taken units at the scheme on ten-year leases.
The letting to Caffè Nero is in addition to its current outlet in Solihull High Street while this represents Mountain Warehouse's first premises in the town.
Alongside bringing in new brands, Mell Square owner IM Properties is also relocating existing occupiers - fashion retailer Fat Face recently transferred to 23 Mill Lane from a unit in the adjacent Drury Lane.
Rob Hemus from IM Properties said: "Mell Square offers a diverse mix of tenants and the retention and addition of well-known, national brands as Fat Face and Caffè Nero shows that our focus is very clearly set on ensuring the continued improvement and development of the site as a key destination within Solihull town centre.
"Our focus is to ensure we are engaging with our tenants and centring on continually adding value and enhancing Mell Square's position as a key retail location within Solihull, increasing both the number of visitors to the site and their dwell time.
"We want to create a strong sense of place and identity as well as a great retail experience and a location in its own right."
Warwickshire-based IM Properties acquired Mell Square from Aviva in 2013.