Pizza Hut, Muffin Break and Millie’s Cookies have all been confirmed for the St Enoch Centre in Glasgow. The brands will join the eight current operators at Glasgow’s largest shopping centre.

Pizza Hut has taken a 1,538sq ft site on the first floor while Muffin Break, the Australian bakery cafe chain, has secured 1,052sq ft of space for its freshly-baked café concept.

Last year Michael Arbuckle, managing director at Muffin Break told M&C Report the company, owned by parent company FoodCo, has plans to expand in Scotland with its eye on Inverness and Edinburgh.

Meanwhile Millie’s Cookies has taken a 262sq ft kiosk space.

These lettings are the first of a number of lettings at the shopping centre, which are expected to complete early this year.

St Enoch was acquired in October 2013 by real estate funds managed by Blackstone, with its partner, Sovereign Land, as asset and development manager.

Paul Bailey, leasing and asset manager at Sovereign Land, said: “We are very pleased to have kicked off 2015 with a significant number of new lettings, which provide even greater diversity to St Enoch’s existing choice of retail, food and beverage outlets. We are also currently in detailed talks with major UK & European retailers for exciting new flagship stores and expect to make further announcements in the next few months”.