Westminster City Council has unveiled its ‘alternative vision’ for Oxford Street including a central piazza having blocked the Mayor of London’s proposals to pedestrianise the street earlier this year.
Company voluntary arrangements (CVAs) were a hot topic among industry experts at the Accessible Retail conference, held last week in London.
The UK’s first inflatable park is set to open in British Land’s Meadowhall shopping centre this autumn.
Agents have been appointed to sell the Bierkeller venues following the administration of Burning Night Group.
Maps and travel specialist Stanfords has signed for its first new London store since 1901 with a new flagship location at 7 Mercer Walk.
House of Fraser has acquired the freehold of the Frasers building in Glasgow for £95m, vowing to turn the store into the “Harrods of the North”.
CEG has submitted a planning application for a £79m redevelopment of a 1960s office block in central Manchester.
The owner of 200-store café chain Patisserie Valerie has said it will not be able to continue trading in its current form without an “immediate injection of capital”.
Women’s fashion retailer Coast has collapsed into administration and will close all of its 24 standalone stores.
The Nicholsons Centre in Maidenhead, Berkshire has entered receivership after it became unable meet its financial obligations.