Arcadia Group store closures list – from Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Topman and Burton

Arcadia Group store closures list - from Topshop, Dorothy Perkins, Topman and Burton

PHILIP Green’s Arcadia Group has announced it will close 23 stores across the UK putting 520 jobs on the line.
We have the full list of the stores that are closing. Find out if your local one is affected.
Rex Features Philip Green and is wife Tina Green
Which stores are closing down
Shops earmarked for closure include those belonging to popular high street brands such as Dorothy Perkins, Burton, Topshop and Topman.
The retail group’s proposals will also see rent cut at another 194 outlets.
The company is using Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) in a bid to save the retail empire – but stakeholders will have to agree on plans first.
Arcadia chief executive Ian Grabiner confirmed the planned closure of the shops while blaming “changing consumer habits” and “online competition.”
He said: “Against a backdrop of challenging retail headwinds, changing consumer habits and ever-increasing online competition, we have seriously considered all possible strategic options to return the group to a stable financial platform.
“This has been a tough but necessary decision for the business.
“We will ensure all potentially affected colleagues are kept fully informed as we seek approval from our creditors on today’s CVA proposals.”
Getty – Contributor A total of 23 stores in the Arcadia Group are closing down
The stores that are closing

Aberdeen (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
Ashton Under Lyne (Topshop Topman)
Bedford (Topshop Topman)
Cheshunt (Outfit)
Bluewater (Miss Selfridge)
Fareham (Topshop Topman)
Glasgow – Buchanan Street (Burton Menswear/Topman)
Luton (Topshop Topman)
Newcastle upon Tyne – Northumberland Street (Outfit)
Nuneaton (Topshop Topman)
Reading (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
Salisbury (Topshop Topman)
Southend (Miss Selfridge)
Stirling (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
Swindon (Miss Selfridge/Wallis/Evans)
Swindon (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
York (Dorothy Perkins/Burton Menswear)
Cork (Dorothy Perkins/Evans)
Dublin – St Stephen’s Green (Topshop/Miss Selfridge)
Dublin – Jervis (Topshop Topman)
Dublin – Henry Street (Evans/Wallis)
Dublin – Liffey Valley (Wallis); Galway (Miss Selfridge)

handout Around 520 jobs are on the line
It comes as M&S announced 25 branch closures, adding to 110 already announced by the retail chain.
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Sleazy tycoon Green is estimated to have lost his billionaire status with his fortune believed to have halved in a year amid a series of explosive scandals.
The Sunday Times Rich List has his fortune free-falling £1.05billion in a year to £950million because of a pension black hole in his “crumbling” Arcadia empire.
But the plummet still places Sir Philip and wife Tina at 156th on the list, down from joint 66th some 12 months earlier.
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