MORE floor space is the reason behind discount clothes retailer Primark’s move from the town centre to Parkgate Shopping.
The national chain said the former BHS unit on Parkgate was 10,000 sq ft bigger than its current High Street branch.
The Advertiser reported on the plans last week and a Primark spokeswoman said the move would take place “either at the very end of this year or the beginning of next year”.
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A Primark spokeswoman said: “We are growing our retail space by over 10,000 sq ft — this will enable us to offer our customers a better shopping experience with a wider range of our amazing fashion at amazing prices in our latest contemporary store fit.”
Parkgate Shopping said as well as the Primark store, it will also open a Costa Coffee drive-thru and branches of Holland and Barrett and Shoezone on the complex over the next year.
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