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: 

LocationNew occupant
Ashford Vacant
Aylesbury Vacant
Banbury Vacant
Basingstoke Next
Belfast Vacant
Bexleyheath Morleys 
Birmingham New Street Vacant
Bromley Vacant
Chelmsford Vacant
Chester  Vacant
Chesterfield Vacant
Colchester Primark
Crawley Vacant 
Crewe Vacant
Doncaster Vacant
Dudley (Merry Hill) Vacant
Eastbourne Vacant
Edinburgh Scottish Home Stores
Glasgow (St Enoch) To be redeveloped as cinema/restaurant
Glasgow (Sauchiehall St) To be redeveloped
Harrow Vacant 
Hartlepool B&M
High Wycombe Vacant
Kilmarnock Vacant
Kirkcaldy Vacant
Kingston Temporary Primark (while main store is refurbished)
Leicester (Central) Vacant
Leicester (Fosse Park) Primark 
Lewisham Vacant
Lincoln Vacant
Liverpool Vacant
Meadow Hall Vacant 
Metro Centre Next 
Middlesbrough Flannels (Sports Direct owned), USC and Sports Direct
Peterborough Vacant
Plymouth Vacant
Reading Primark
Sheffield Meadowhall Vacant
Sheffield (The Moor) Vacant
Slough Vacant
Southampton Sports Direct
St Albarns Vacant
St Helier (Jersey) Flannels (Sports Direct owned) 
Staines Vacant
Stirling Vacant
Sunderland Sports Direct 
Surrey Quays The Range 
Swindon Vacant
Tunbridge Wells Vacant
Uxbridge Vacant
Walthamstow Vacant
Watford Vacant
Woking British Heart Foundation
Wood Green Poundworld Extra 
Worthing 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.