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Courier firm Yodel has suspended collections from distribution hubs after an unprecedented surge in demand following Black Friday.
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Oak Furniture Land will launch a sofa proposition by Boxing Day that will include 57 showrooms across the country.
The French sports retailer aims to open up to 50 stores in the next three years and says it sees the potential for up to 100 UK shops.
Alliance Boots has won approval for plans to develop land at its Nottingham premises to create new labs as well as homes and offices.
Fashion retailer Jigsaw has reported a rise in sales and profits amid “challenging retail conditions” in the year to September 27.
Decathlon will open its first London store for 15 years and the sports retailer said it had slashed prices on over 4,000 products this year.
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Last week Primark opened its second store in Belgium, one with a much higher profile than the first owing to its location in Brussels.
Change is a given in store design, but the landscape has shifted more than normal this year and the pace continues to quicken.
Unfettered greed and short-termism are endemic to the retail property market across London, and the outcome is moribund empty shops.
The Chancellor’s business rates announcement could be an easy way of appearing to be addressing the issue without actually having to do anything.