- 1 Is Brent Cross closing down?
- 2 Will John Lewis Ashford reopen?
- 3 Is Watford John Lewis open?
- 4 Which John Lewis stores will not reopen?
- 5 Is Brent Cross dangerous?
- 6 Do you have to wear a mask in Brent Cross?
- 7 Is John Lewis Leicester closing down?
- 8 Is John Lewis Newcastle closing down?
- 9 Is John Lewis Tunbridge Wells closing?
- 10 Which closures does John Lewis have?
- 11 What will replace John Lewis in Watford?
- 12 Is John Lewis closing stores?
- 13 Has John Lewis gone into administration?
Is Brent Cross closing down?
Plans to open a further 10 on July 13 were announced today – but branches in Watford and Brent Cross are not on this new list and the stores remain closed. One of these 10 reopening is the intu-owned Trafford Centre in Manchester, despite intu going into administration last week.
Will John Lewis Ashford reopen?
The eight shops set to close comprise four At Home stores in Ashford, Basingstoke, Chester and Tunbridge Wells and four department stores in Aberdeen, Peterborough, Sheffield and York. It said its remaining 34 John Lewis shops in England will reopen from April 12 subject to Government guidance.
Is Watford John Lewis open?
The department store, which paid no rent for its Watford site, has released an updated statement which confirms its store at intu Watford will never reopen.
Which John Lewis stores will not reopen?
The company told staff on Wednesday morning that it will not reopen these stores, putting 1,465 jobs at risk. The eight shops set to close are made up of four At Home stores in Ashford, Basingstoke, Chester and Tunbridge Wells. Four department stores are also shutting in Aberdeen, Peterborough, Sheffield and York.
Is Brent Cross dangerous?
The neighbourhood around the Brent Reservoir at the edge of the borough, near Brent Cross, is the fifth worst area for the threat of burglary, with an average of almost 12 burglaries a month.
Do you have to wear a mask in Brent Cross?
Brent Cross Shopping Centre Masks are mandatory throughout the shopping centre, including in stores, unless exempt and there are hand sanitizer stations available. They are also restricting how many people can enter Brent Cross Shopping Centre and individual stores at any one time.
Is John Lewis Leicester closing down?
Leicester’s John Lewis store is not one of the chain’s branches set to close permanently, the company has said today. John Lewis has this morning announced that it is not planning to reopen eight of its 42 shops following the easing of lockdown, as it rebalances its store estate to reflect how customers want to shop.
Is John Lewis Newcastle closing down?
JOHN Lewis has named one department store in the North-East and North Yorkshire region among eight more that will remain permanently closed.
Is John Lewis Tunbridge Wells closing?
OUR TUNBRIDGE WELLS STORE MAY BE CLOSING, BUT THERE ARE PLENTY OF WAYS TO CONTINUE SHOPPING WITH US. Dear customer, Thank you for all your support over the last year, we have really appreciated your continued loyalty.
Which closures does John Lewis have?
The retail giant said some locations could not sustain a large store. Four “At Home” shops in Ashford, Tunbridge Wells, Basingstoke, and Chester will close – as well as department stores in Aberdeen, Peterborough, Sheffield and York. John Lewis said the eight shops were “financially challenged prior to the pandemic”.
What will replace John Lewis in Watford?
intu Watford general manager Vicki Costello said: “We are excited to have re-let the former Debenhams unit to a leading UK brand that will bring an exciting new offering to Watford, and, whilst we are disappointed to see John Lewis leave the centre, we have received significant interest in this prime location from
Is John Lewis closing stores?
The eight John Lewis stores identified for closure include four smaller At Home shops in Ashford, Basingstoke, Chester and Tunbridge Wells plus four full-size department stores in Aberdeen, Peterborough, Sheffield and York.
Has John Lewis gone into administration?
John Lewis has had to remain closed under the third coronavirus lockdown, as it is classed as a non-essential business. It first temporarily shut all John Lewis shops in March last year due to the Covid crisis – the first time in its 155-year history.