The Whitgift Centre is a large shopping centre and office development in the centre of Croydon, London, opened in stages between 1968 and 1970. The centre currently comprises 1,302,444 sq ft (121,001.0 m2) of retail space and was the largest covered shopping development in Greater London until the opening of Westfield London at White City in October 2008. The Whitgift Centre will be expanded as part of the Croydon Vision 2020 scheme.
The shopping centre is on three storeys - the upper two are for retail and the basement provides vehicle access to any of the retail units with a 1 km network of service roads. It adjoins the major Allders store, which has substantial frontage onto the Centre. The office accommodation consists of five tower blocks rising above the shopping centre. The other major shopping centre in Croydon is Centrale across North End.