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John Lewis to overhaul Brent Cross store

John Lewis has signed up to transform its Brent Cross store as part of the wider £1.4bn redevelopment of the north London shopping centre.

Having been a tenant in the centre since it opened in 1976, John Lewis plans a full refurbishment of the branch, which will remain open throughout the programme. 

The refurbished store will include an enhanced retail layout to create a more contemporary shopping experience for customers and showcase the retailer’s latest shop design. It will benefit from direct access to a brand new 1,450-space car park, which will also support the brand’s growing click-and-collect offer.

The centre’s joint owners, Hammerson and Aberdeen Standard Investments, plan to transform Brent Cross by doubling its size to 2 million sq ft of retail and leisure space. This will include up to 150 new retail stores and 50 new restaurants, a cinema, hotel accommodation and improved public spaces including a new town square.

Tim Harrison, director, store design and development at John Lewis, said: “We’re delighted to have signed a new lease with Hammerson and Aberdeen Standard Investments and are excited to be embarking on a full refurbishment of our Brent Cross shop.

”Our plans will allow us to showcase our latest thinking in shop design, creating a more modern space for shoppers with customer experience at its heart.” 

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