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Robins & Day Peugeot Maidstone celebrates official opening after redevelopment

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ROBINS & Day Peugeot Maidstone has begun welcoming customers to its new state-of-the-art dealership.

It has moved from the grade II-listed Len House in Mill Street, which was built in 1938, to a site in Cuxton Road on Parkwood Industrial Estate that boasts the latest technology and improved showroom space.

The new purpose-built dealership, which was officially opened by Peugeot UK managing director David Peel last week, aims to give customers an effortless experience with all departments under one roof, improved parking and ease of access.

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James Weston, chief executive of Robins & Day, is pictured left with David Peel, managing director of Peugeot UK, at the official opening

A special customer preview event was held at the site in September so people could see it for the first time.

General manager Steve Edwards said: ‘We are very excited about the relocation and development of Robins & Day Peugeot Maidstone. The new dealership offers the same exceptional service to all of our customers but with enhanced facilities and surroundings. Our staff are delighted to have these new exceptional facilities, and we are excited to welcome both existing and new customers through our doors.’

James Weston, Robins & Day chief executive, said: ‘The move of Robins & Day Maidstone to their new modern facility demonstrates the vision of the Robins & Day group.

‘This is another great example of our development strategy in key cities and metropolitan areas. Maidstone has long been a successful Peugeot operation for us, and the new facilities offer an improved environment for both customers and the Robins & Day team. The team have done a great job maintaining the business during the development works and I’m confident of growth.’

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