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More than 3m sq ft of new retail space is expected to be created in London’s West End over the next two years as stores aim to cash in on booming tourism.
David Fischel, the boss of shopping centre landlord Intu, has said shopping centres are “adapting” to changing consumer trends.
Department store group Sears plans to update its US stores after reporting an increase in revenue over the last year.
Retail space at London Luton Airport will more than double to almost 60,000 sq ft as part of a £100m redevelopment of the transport hub.
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Forecasts that a wave of store closures could come this year have set alarm bells ringing, but mass store exits may be unlikely.
Grand Central Birmingham is one of four shopping centres opening in 2015 and will have one of the largest John Lewis stores outside London.
As new Kingfisher chief executive Véronique Laury prepares to post full-year figures in just over a month’s time, the pressure is on.
Poundland’s proposed takeover of 99p Stores for the equivalent of over 55 million customer transactions pleased the market, sending its share price up 15%.