Marks & Spencer speeds up store churn programme

Marks & Spencer store with people walking past

Marks & Spencer is to accelerate its churn of space, including store closures, as part of a ‘reshape for growth’ strategy.

Marks & Spencer will conduct its store rotation programme over three years rather than five in a drive to rotate its estate towards “higher-quality new space”. 

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