Tag : CVA
Debenhams has written to landlords asking them to consider further rent cuts and store closures as part of its ongoing company voluntary arrangement (CVA), in order to avoid launching fresh insolvency proceedings.
Retailers take action on propertySubscription
Retailers are seizing the opportunity to take “decisive action” on their property portfolios in 2020, say experts, as restructurings and company voluntary arrangements continue to put downward pressure on rents.
Debenhams reveals store closure datesSubscription
Debenhams has revealed the locations and dates of the 19 stores which are due to shut in the UK this month as part of its company voluntary arrangement (CVA).
Debenhams seeks fresh rent cuts Subscription
Debenhams is seeking fresh rent cuts of up to 25% on around 20 of its stores, in exchange for removing break clauses in the leases.
Landlord appeals Debenhams CVASubscription
A Debenhams landlord has appealed against a judge’s ruling to close stores, as part of the retailer’s company voluntary arrangement.
Arcadia at a Christmas crossroads Subscription
As Topshop CEO Paul Price resigns, and ahead of a slew of lease breaks and the Christmas deadline for the £310m loan repayment on its Topshop London flagship, the future of Arcadia Group looks as uncertain as ever
Mothercare collapse lays bare limits of CVA Subscription
Mothercare’s decision to appoint administrators to its UK operation has “come as no surprise”, as it has been unable to restructure the business fast enough to cope with changing retail trends, industry experts have told Drapers.
Select back in the black Subscription
Operating profit at womenswear chain Select was £2m in the year to 2 December 2018, compared to a loss of £15.5m in the 18 months to 2 December 2017.
Debenhams reveals Eastbourne store closure dateSubscription
Debenhams has announced it will close the doors to its Eastbourne branch by 24 January 2020, as part of its company voluntary arrangement.
Debenhams secures new cash injectionSubscription
Department store chain Debenhams has received a £50m in financing from “certain of its existing lenders”.
British Land has agreed to withdraw its legal challenge to Monsoon Accessorize’s company voluntary arrangement, paving the way for rent reductions of up to 65% across more than half of the retailer’s stores.
Sir Philip Green is reportedly splitting up Arcadia Group into separate brands in the hope of selling them “over time”.
Debenhams prepares for legal battleSubscription
Debenhams has reportedly lined up professional services firm Deloitte over fears that it may lose its legal battle relating to its restructuring plan, which launches today.
Two US landlords, Vornado and Caruso, have withdrawn their legal challenges against Arcadia Group’s company voluntary arrangements.
Arcadia close to deal with US landlordsSubscription
Sir Philip Green is reported to be close to a resolution of the legal challenges brought against his Arcadia Group’s company voluntary arrangement by two US landlords.
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Sports Direct drops Debenhams CVA challengeSubscription
Sports Direct has dropped its challenge against Debenhams’ company voluntary arrangement, but will continue to fund that of property agent Combined Property Control Group (CPC).
Select creditors owed £53mSubscription
Fashion chain Select’s non-preferential creditors, including suppliers and landlords, are owed more than £53m, a report from administrator Quantuma has shown.
Debenhams CVA challenge withdrawnSubscription
Property investment company M&G Real Estate has withdrawn its legal challenge to Debenhams’ company voluntary arrangement, which was approved by creditors in May.
Monsoon Accessorize CVA vote resultSubscription
Monsoon Accessorize creditors have approved the retailer’s company voluntary arrangement, which asks for rent reductions of up to 65% across more than half of its stores.