Furniture exhibition Long Point has been rescheduled again and will return to its traditional May timeframe.
Non-essential retailers in Scotland could be able to re-open from 26 April, but will be able to resume click and collect earlier.
John Lewis is considering plans to close another eight branches, just months after it shut eight of its then 50 stores.
A West Midlands flooring retailer has been fined £4,000 for breaking lockdown rules by allowing customers in the store on two occasions.
Graham Harris, Kingsmead Carpets general manager has left the company, ending 18 years at Headlam.
Despite stores being closed furniture and flooring retailers managed to keep the drop in retail sales below 20% in January.
The BFM is to hold two virtual round table events to gauge opinion on the sector’s navigation of the road to net zero.
Non-essential retailers in England will be allowed to re-open from 12 April, if the UK Government’s pandemic projections follow its forecasts.
Arper has invested in a major addition at its head office: a 15,064sqft design lab.
Retailers in Scotland will not have to pay business rates until April 2022.
More Articles ...
- Dunelm sees shares fall after Adderley sells stake
- BFC: furniture sector needs support through the summer
- G&B secures Laura Ashley deal
- Made.com ‘eyes flotation’
- Come on in: Furniture Village opens virtual store