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Pampering at Kings Hill

People living and working at Kings Hill will be able to enjoy a little pampering now that a nail and beauty salon has opened in Liberty Square.

Karen Haines, who also lives at Kings Hill, has opened a salon next to the hairdressers in Liberty Square. Called Amelia’s Closet, the salon offers an extensive and exciting range of nail enhancements, manicures and pedicures as well as spray tanning, a lash bar, waxing, facial treats and body art.

“We have been based in Kent and the south east for 17 years and after moving to Kings Hill three years ago we have been working between our Orpington salon and my home - whilst looking for suitable premises to make the move to Kings Hill complete,” said Karen.

“Liberty Square is perfect for us and so convenient for both the residential and business communities. With Waitrose about to open, Liberty Square will be even busier and we are very excited to be looking after the people of Kings Hill in a more spacious environment. This is a great time of year to open, in time for people who want a little pampering before Christmas, or to purchase gift cards as presents.”

The salon opened on Saturday 5 November and Karen and her team can be contacted on 01732 874440. There is more information on www.ameliascloset.co.uk.

Cradick Retail acted for Kings Hill developer Liberty Property Trust UK Ltd.

Liberty Square is the heart of the community and is currently undergoing the second phase of its development. Liberty Property Trust UK Ltd consulted extensively to find out exactly what people want to see at Kings Hill and it is one of the few mixed-use communities with such a good selection of retail and leisure outlets.

“We have a good selection of shops and food outlets now - with more to come - and the beauty salon is a great addition which I am sure will be very popular,” said Andrew Blevins, managing director of Liberty Property Trust UK Ltd.

“Waitrose is opening before Christmas and we are planning to increase the retail area, restore the control tower, provide areas of open space where people can relax and new housing. Car parking provision is also being increased, with the addition of a further 170 spaces.”

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