The controversial collapse of BHS earlier this year left 163 empty stores across the UK.
But since then, new businesses have begun to fill the sites, generating new jobs and boosting economies.
With the help of our readers on Twitter, Retail Week has begun to track what has happened to each of the sites.
So far, we know the fate of the following stores:
|Birmingham New Street||Vacant|
|Dudley (Merry Hill)||Vacant|
|Edinburgh||Scottish Home Stores|
|Glasgow (St Enoch)||To be redeveloped as cinema/restaurant|
|Glasgow (Sauchiehall St)||To be redeveloped|
|Kingston||Temporary Primark (while main store is refurbished)|
|Leicester (Fosse Park)||Primark|
|Middlesbrough||Flannels (Sports Direct owned), USC and Sports Direct|
|Sheffield (The Moor)||Vacant|
|St Helier (Jersey)||Flannels (Sports Direct owned)|
|Surrey Quays||The Range|
|Woking||British Heart Foundation|
|Wood Green||Poundworld Extra|
Sports Direct, whose owner and chief executive Mike Ashley wanted to buy BHS at one point, features heavily.
The retailer has taken two shops while its upmarket fascia Flannels has taken another.
The group has also acquired another store for a three-fascia offering of Flannels, Sports Direct and USC.
Poundworld has acquired two stores for its new fascia, Poundworld Extra and Primark has taken three, although one is understood to be a temporary substitute while it’s Kingston store is refurbished.
B&M Bargains, The Range and Next have taken one apiece.
Two surprise entries are Scottish Home Stores in Edinburgh and independent London department store chain Morley’s.
But of 25 stores, 11 are still vacant.
Let us know in the comments section below what has happened to your local BHS store.