Centre owner: Capital Shopping Centres, Aviva, London Borough of Bromley
Year The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley was opened: 1991
About The Glades Shopping Centre, Bromley, London
Built over two levels, The Glades Shopping Centre is located in Bromley, in the south east part of Greater London. The shopping centre was opened in 1991, and was extended in 2006.
The Glades has over 120 stores and restaurants, anchored by Marks & Spencer and Debenhams department stores.
With over 1,500 car parking spaces, and within a short drive of the M25 motorway, the shopping centre is easily accessible by car. In addition, The Glades is a short walk from both Bromley North and Bromley South train stations.
The Glades Shopping Centre includes an area of high end and boutique type shops, forming an area known as Regent Arcade.
Monday to Friday: 09:00 to 18:00
Saturday: 09:00 to 18:00
Sunday: 11:00 to 17:00
Travel and parking
By car: The Glades Shopping Centre is located in Bromley town centre. The centre can be reached from the M25 via junctions 3 and 4.
Other roads to the centre are the A21 and A20 which run from Central London to the M25, the A232 from Croydon and the A2 from Dartford.
The Glades shopping centre has a large number of parking spaces and there are 6,000 spaces within Bromley.
If you are using a SatNav or route finder website, enter the post code BR1 1DN for directions from your current location.
Nearest train station: The Glades is located close to both Bromley South and Bromley North train stations. Each around a five minute walk away.
Parking spaces: 1,530
Parking charge: 90p per hour
The Glades Shopping Centre has late night shopping on Thursday evening until 21:00.