M&S wins approval for Oxford Street store redevelopment

marks & spencer oxford street

Marks & Spencer’s plans to rebuild its Oxford Street flagship have received the green light from Westminster City Council.

Under Marks & Spencer’s redevelopment plans its largest flagship, which currently occupies three buildings at 456-472 Oxford Street, will be rebuilt.

M&S will occupy just two and a half floors of the new 10-storey mixed-use building – rather than the five floors currently used – with the remaining floors acting as office space.

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