The car park of Stockport's Merseyway shopping centre is to be given a £1.84m overhaul.
The work is being funded by Stockport Council and UK Asset Resolution – the landlords of Merseyway shopping centre – and Merseyway.
Changes will include pay on exit machines to replace the current pay and display system, new signage and improvements to entrances, lifts, stairs and stairwells to make them more accessible.
Safety will also be improved with new lighting and CCTV cameras.
Brendan Webb, centre manager of Merseyway, said, "Having a refurbished and improved car park will enhance the visitor experience and we hope encourage more people to see exactly what we have to offer."
The work will start on Monday 2 September and will be completed in early 2014.
The car park will remain open throughout the works although some entrances, exits and parking areas will be closed off at times to allow work to be carried out. The works will be phased to minimise disruption and clear signage will be displayed.