A new retail park in East Kilbride, Scotland specialising in \u201cbulky goods\u201d such as furniture, carpets, DIY, kitchens, bathrooms, furniture, beds and homeware, will create 260 jobs according to its developers.\r\n\r\nPeel Park is set to cost developers London & Scottish Investments (LSI) \u00a335m stretching across 125,000 sq ft. The new retail park is also set to create 90 construction jobs during its 12-month building programme.\r\n\r\nDevelopers say the retail park will not have an effect on East Kilbride high street due to its niche focus, and are now looking to acquire planning permission. LSI recently saw planning permission passed for a \u00a315m housing development on the site.\r\n\r\nBryan Wilson, LSI development director, said: "This is not an attack on the town centre. It is complimentary retailing that can't go to the town centre. We aim to attract bulky goods retailers."\r\n\r\nWilson added that planning restrictions would ensure the park stuck to its niche and said that the area would have \u201cpods\u201d for fast food outlets and local businesses with up to three employees.