From Topshop to Dorothy Perkins: the shops being shut by Philip Green

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Arcadia Group locations set for closure after the retailer’s CVAs won approval on Wednesday:


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)

Republic of Ireland

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)

• About 25 more stores are set to close as part of a wider restructure which involves the property arms of Evans and Miss Selfridge being put into administration. The locations of these stores have not been released.

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