Why is Debenhams closing down?
Coin shortage driven by Covid-19 crisis Together, the business failures put 25,000 UK jobs at risk.
Debenhams, which collapsed into administration in April for the second time in 12 months, said in a statement on Tuesday that it has been unable to find a buyer and will begin to wind down operations..
Whats going on with Debenhams?
Debenhams to go into liquidation with 12,000 jobs at risk Debenhams is set to go into liquidation putting 12,000 roles at risk after JD Sports confirmed it had withdrawn interest in buying the ailing department store chain.
Is Debenhams closing down 2020?
Why are Debenhams stores closing? Debenhams first collapsed in April 2019, but agreed to a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) with its landlords to cut costs in order to save the business. As part of the agreement, the retailer had to close 22 stores in January 2020. A further 28 closures are planned for 2021.
What branches of Debenhams are closing?
Full list of Debenhams stores known to be closing or closedTruro.Stratford-upon-Avon.Salisbury.Westfield, West London.Warrington.Leamington Spa.South Shields.Bullring in Birmingham.More items…•
Which Waitrose stores are closing 2020?
Supermarket chain Waitrose is to close four of its stores with the loss of 124 jobs.Supermarket chain Waitrose is to close four of its stores with the loss of 124 jobs.Stores in Caldicot, Monmouthshire, Ipswich and Shrewsbury in Shropshire will shut, while the Wolverhampton branch will be sold to Tesco.More items…•
Who owns Debenhams now?
In April 2019, Debenhams plc entered administration and delisted. The operating businesses, under Debenhams Group Holdings Ltd, were acquired by a consortium of lenders, Celine UK NewCo 1 Ltd. Debenhams gained access to £200m of new funding and has embarked on a restructuring plan.