Marks & Spencer to quit Oxford Street flagship if rebuild plan rejected

Marks & Spencer Oxford Street

Marks & Spencer has warned that it will cease trading from its flagship store on London’s Oxford Street unless redevelopment plans are given the go-ahead.

As a public inquiry into Marks & Spencer’s plans opened the retailer maintained that it is “unsustainable” to carry on operating from the existing branch, the BBC reported.

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