Trinity Leeds is a major shopping and leisure development in Leeds, England, currently under construction. The centre takes its name from the eighteenth-century Holy Trinity Church, Leeds, which the development surrounds on two sides. It is split into two parts: Trinity East, an entirely new build development on the site of the former Trinity & Burton Arcades, and Trinity West occupying the redeveloped Leeds Shopping Plaza. The development will reach a catchment of 5.5m people offering a spend of £1.93bn annually. It will lift Leeds from 7th to 4th in the CACI UK retail rankings and create over 3000 jobs.
The combined scheme will give a floor space of 93,000 m2 (1,000,000 sq ft) of retail space for a total of 120 stores anchored by flagship Marks and Spencer and Topshop/Topman stores. These units already exist from the previous developments as standalone stores, but are being expanded and remodelled into Trinity Leeds. Other retailers signed up are H&M, River Island, Next and some new names to the city such as Hollister, Pandora, Cult and Mango.