Lancashire shopping village operator Ostwaldtwistle Mills hopes to open its planned new furniture store in the summer.
Flooring group Victoria has seen its share price suffer another significant fall as it warned shareholders that 2019 profits would not match market expectations.
John Lewis saw upholstery sales leap by more than a third in the past week, but it wasn’t enough to prevent another drop in home sales.
Derbyshire department store operator Bennetts, thought to be the world’s oldest department store has gone into administration.
The latest update of the National Bed Federation’s Code of Practice has been accepted as assured advice by trading standards.
Almost a fifth of shoppers are planning to cut back on big-ticket purchases this year.
London department store Liberty – and its historical fabric collections – has been put up for sale, priced at £350m, according to media reports.
Laura Ashley has warned that full-year profits will be below expectations after it made a loss in the first half.
A Manchester flooring retailer has reopened in new premises after the previous store was destroyed by fire.
The influence of tidying up TV star Marie Kondo has reached the UK’s high streets, but was not enough to boost John Lewis in the past week.
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