Fashion giant Arcadia aims to shut 23 stores and as part of a proposed CVA.

The retailer, controlled by tycoon Sir Philip Green, owns fascias including Dorothy Perkins and Miss Selfridge as well as its flagship Topshop chain, and hopes to cut its rent bill and revise lease terms at a further 194 branches through the CVA.

The stores identified for closure in the UK and Ireland are:


  • Aberdeen (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
  • Ashton Under Lyne (Topshop/Topman)
  • Bedford (Topshop/Topman)
  • Cheshunt (Outfit)
  • Bluewater (Miss Selfridge)
  • Fareham (Topshop/Topman)
  • Glasgow – Buchanan Street (Burton Menswear/Topman)
  • Luton (Topshop/Topman)
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne - Northumberland Street (Outfit)
  • Nuneaton (Topshop/Topman)
  • Reading (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
  • Salisbury (Topshop/Topman)
  • Southend (Miss Selfridge)
  • Stirling (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
  • Swindon (Miss Selfridge/Wallis/Evans)
  • Swindon (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
  • York (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)


  • Cork (Dorothy Perkins/Evans)
  • Dublin – St Stephen’s Green (Topshop/Miss Selfridge)
  • Dublin – Jervis (Topshop Topman)
  • Dublin – Henry Street (Evans/Wallis)
  • Dublin – Liffey Valley (Wallis)
  • Galway (Miss Selfridge)

Arcadia to shutter 23 stores in CVA plan