Gaucho, an Argentine themed restaurant group, went into administration in July. Poundland was trying to offload these shops to other retailers 99p Stores had stores when bought by Poundland. There are 61 staff. The presence of any business in this historical listing must not be taken to imply that it no longer exists, its name is not used or that such business, if still trading, is impaired in anyway. There are more than employees. It had previously gone into administration in with redundancies. Atterley, the online Scandi-inspired fashion retailer founded in and supported by high-profile backers, went into liquidation early in January. It franchises brands such as Dolcis, Invito, Manfield and Scapino. Companies House info shows that 'Wallace Sacks Furnishings' has been a trading name for a firm called Muubaa Limited that produces leather clothing.
The others are running clearance sales. The leases on many of the stores will revert to Morrisons. Other Gap stores in the UK are unaffected though rationalisation is occurring in other parts of the business. Belfast Furniture Mall, the Northern Ireland furniture superstore with a business address in the Republic, has apparently closed with all the stock transferred to an unknown location, preventing creditors from reclaiming what they consider to be their own property. The group has been struggling for some time, a victim of the success of other more recent discount stores, the tough price war going on in retailing and the marketing issues created by its 'Pound' label - limiting both what it sold and its customers' perceptions of its range and prices. It had been operating under a CVA. There are around 73 stores plus 64 concessions and 1, employees. Some of these companies recovered and came out of administration; some were bought by other businesses; some were sold as going concerns but changed their name; for some, the name was bought and this is still used, but under different ownership; and others ceased to exist. To meet his target of making the chain the 'Harrods of the High Street', he expects to include more luxury product and a more personalised service for clients. It has 5, sites in the U. Woolworths, once a high street staple, and latterly a website owned by Shop Direct, which used to trade as Littlewoods but sold most of its shops to Primark. However, administrators have announced that customers that have paid for beds will no longer receive deliveries. It had previously been bought out of administration in It sold its LPG business a few days before going into administration. Trod Ltd, a Rubery-based hint: McEwan's employed staff when it went into administration. Barkers, the pet grooming chain owned by Pets at Home, is to close by March All 55 staff are to be offered positions with Pets at Home. Woolworths was the biggest casualty in this period with stores and 30, staff, BHS was the second largest in terms of stores and House of Fraser the second largest in terms of staff. There are seven stand-alone stores and 18 concessions in the House of Fraser. It has been through a series of revamps and downsizing over the last 20 years and had more than stores in the late 90s. It franchises brands such as Dolcis, Invito, Manfield and Scapino. Its merchandise includes drones, covert cameras, bugging devices, body armour, vehicle tracking equipment and military watches, small hovercraft and miniature submarines. Most of its stores are high street and are around 10, to 20, sq feet. Although the business continues to trade, seven of its stores have closed already.
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