Arcadia Group head office assets up for sale

Arcadia Group Hilco Valuation Services
Separate private treaty sales will be held for the contents of the executive suite
// Arcadia Group executive suite up for sale
// Hilco is selling chairs, sofas and desks from the Colegrave House executive suite
// The sale expects to draw attention from interested parties from March 24 and 25

Arcadia Group’s executive suite has been put up for sale by Hilco Valuation Services as the former empire’s properties continue being sold off.

Hilco is selling chairs, sofas and desks from the Colegrave House executive suite, as well as other boardroom and meeting room furniture.

The sale expects to draw attention from interested parties with March 24 and 25 seeing the auction of substantial quantities of IT, designer furniture, photographic studio equipment and fabric cutting and sewing machinery and accessories.


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“The portfolio of Arcadia assets being offered is typically ‘best in class’ with the Executive Suite being an example of this comprising the highest quality for furniture of this type,” Hilco Global managing director Kevin Smyth said.

Separate private treaty sales will be held for the contents of the executive suite and the commercial level kitchen and catering facility with a deadline of March 26.

The Arcadia London head office sales “will be followed by further sales of assets by Hilco in due course, which could include distribution centres and equipment at other locations”.

Most recently, JD Sports announced it is in pole position to acquire Arcadia Group’s distribution centre in Daventry, Northants. The warehouse has a rateable value of £3.08 million with current business rates liabilities of £1.6 million per annum.

A deal for JD Sports is yet to be concluded.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Stick it all in a pile and burn the lot. The only best in class asset Arcadia had was all the staff that lost their job.

  2. I still had stuff in my desk at Colgrave House. They never offered to send it to me or gave me the chance to pick it up. Nothing of value in there but plenty of stuff that meant something.

  3. Arcadia was a very good company to work for once upon a time as I worked for the Old Burton Group when John Horner was around back in the 1990’s and the company also did very well under Stuart Rose and some years after Phillip Green took over it was only 1 way traffic going for a landslide and for him Phillip Green it was only his personal interest he was willing to pay celebrities Millions and have all these lavish Parties etc etc but did not want to pay the very hard working front line staff ….frankly he doesn’t give two hoots.

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