Carpetright chief: 'We will emerge stronger from CVA'

Carpetright retail park

Chief executive Wilf Walsh insists firm will not become another Toys R Us and plans fundraising to invest in remaining stores

Speaking exclusively to Property Week, Wilf Walsh said that if the CVA proved successful, Carpetright would attempt to raise £60m through an equity capital raising to invest in its remaining stores and fund completion of its refurbishment programme, which currently covers 55% of its stores.

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