We are delighted to see that vacant properties in Bath are coming into use by new businesses. Bath remains a top destination for new high-street retailers, hospitality businesses and offices. We’re pleased to welcome so many new partners to the BID and look forward to working alongside everyone to support Bath city centre’s growth.

Square Grill

Overlooking the Abbey Churchyard, Square Grill offers locally sourced dishes from around the world for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. The restaurant also has an outdoor dining terrace and hosts live piano music played every day and night.

11 – 12 Abbey Churchyard


Chapter 22 Roots & Records

Situated on Broad Street, Chapter 22 Roots & Records combines records, exotic plants and coffee for a unique high-street experience. The owners are looking to make the business a destination shop where customers can come to chill out, grab coffee, buy or listen to a vinyl in their listening booths and pick up a rare plant to take home.

8 Broad Street


Carl Scarpa

A new retail hub for the newest and best-selling Carl Scarpa styles has opened on Burton Street. Carl Scarpa’s designer boutique brand is an excellent addition to the Bath city centre that we’re sure will be popular among residents and visitors to the city.

3 Burton Street


Apotheke Perfume

Originally Berlin based, Apotheke Perfume has opened a new shop in the heart of Bath. Proudly vegan, cruelty-free and made in small-batch runs to avoid waste, this perfumery offers a ‘perfume tarot’ experience designed by its founder, to give customers personalised perfume readings.

27 High Street



Bath’s HMV is moving to Milsom Street where it’s predicted to become more like a venue with vinyl records on offer, in line with HMV’s rebrand after it was bought out by the Canadian record store brand, Sunrise Records.

17-18 Milsom Street


Therapie Clinic

Bath becomes the latest city in the UK to welcome the ‘World’s No.1 aesthetic clinic’. Therapie Clinic offer a range of aesthetic treatments including laser hair removal, cosmetic injections, body sculpting and skin treatments.

12 Southgate Place


Coming soon

Tortilla UK

Opening on Cheap Street, Tortilla UK offer a selection of authentic burritos and tacos as well as other staple California-Mexican fast-food dishes.

2 Cheap Street


Boom Battle Bar

Boom Battle Bar have recently set about a nationwide expansion due to triple the size of their estate. One of their big openings is planned for Bath where customers will be able to enjoy Bavarian axe-throwing, crazy golf, shuffleboard, digital darts and beer pong.

Kingsmead Leisure Complex

James Street West


Due to open in Springtime, customers can browse clothing from the renown American brand in Levi’s new store in Southgate shopping centre.

13 St Lawrence Street


Bare Grills

Bath becomes the fourth city in the UK to open a Bare Grills restaurant, which offers hand pressed burgers, slow smoked meat and char-grilled steaks. The much-loved brand is sure to be a hit for Bath city centre.

10 Upper Borough Walls


Coppa Club

Moving to Old Bond Street the top restaurant will offer a home-from-home experience where customers can work, eat, drink, meet or relax – from first thing in the morning till late at night.

18-19 Old Bond Street


Designworks Collective

The Nashville based consortium of consumer brands is due to head to Bath where customers can browse brands such as Paddywax, The Candle Bar, Firefly Candle Co., Designworks Ink, Olivina Men, Gentlemen’s Hardware, and Stay Golden.

2 New Bond Street Buildings



Morrisons are due to open up their second premises in Bath, with a licensing application approved by the council for a location on Southgate Street.

11 Southgate Street,