M&S executive: ‘Oxford Street must innovate to avoid becoming a mishmash of poor, idle shopping space’

Marks & Spencer Marble Arch

Marks & Spencer’s modernisation of its flagship Marble Arch store will help restore the glory of West End shopping and bring big sustainability benefits, maintains M&S group property, store development and technology director Sacha Berendji

When the first street traders began selling their wares on Oxford Street in the late 1800s, few could have imagined how Europe’s most important shopping street would change over the next 150 years.

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