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BHS appoints agents to review Oxford Street flagship

BHS has hired estate agents Harper Dennis Hobbs and Jackson Criss to look at options for the future of its Oxford Street store, a spokesman for the business has confirmed.

The site could be subdivided – taking advantage of its three separate entrances - or the lease sold.

BHS chief executive Darren Topp told The Independent the company would not rule out selling the store’s lease if a “knockout offer” was received.

He said other retailers had shown an interest in taking part of the space before BHS appointed the agents.

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