Thursday, October 18, 2018
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West End retailers battle staff shortages amid Brexit uncertainty

London's tourist hotspots are under threat from staff shortages according to property magnate and Shaftesbury Group chief executive Brian Bickell. Bickell told City AM that...

House of Fraser’s Camberley store saved from closure

House of Fraser’s stores in Camberley is due to continue trading as new lease terms have been agreed.

Cath Kidston looking to review store estate

Cath Kidston is placing its store estate under review as it looks to “ensure our shops are in the best locations.”

Primark donates £500,000 to businesses hit by Belfast fire

Primark has donated £500,000 to traders in Belfast city centre who are suffering from a dive in footfall after the fire.

Tesco shutting series of city centre stores

Thousands of Tesco jobs are thought to be at risk as Tesco begins closing a series of city centre stores.

Network Rail sells all property under rail arches to private owner for £1.46bn

Network Rail has sold off its arches portfolio, including thousands of small businesses who trade from underneath railway arches

John Lewis to shoulder £15m rise in business rates for Oxford Street flagship

John Lewis' prized Oxford Street flagship will see its business rates tax rise 57 per cent from last year's £12.68 million to £19.91 million...
Morrisons expected

Morrisons could snap up stores from Sainsbury’s-Asda mega merger

Analysts believe Morrisons could have everything to play for if two of its main rivals combine, thanks to the stores they would be forced...

The future of flagships: the experts weigh in

Whether we like it or not, flagships are here to stay. But what do those of the future look like?
TK Maxx The Lexicon

The Lexicon adds TK Maxx & Deichmann to line-up

TK Maxx has announced plans to open a two-storey 26,5000sq ft store at the The Lexicon shopping precinct in Bracknell.

Feature Resource

What will your workforce want and need,  now and in the...

Today's on-demand consumer mentality means businesses now operate in an ‘always-on’ economy. To meet customer demand for 24/7 access to products and services, businesses...