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London Bridge redevelopment unveils brand offering

Cath Kidston and Ted Baker will be among brands opening stores at the revamped London Bridge station in the coming months.

The redevelopment, which will see 92,000 sq ft of new retail space, has room for more than 70 retail units.

Cath Kidston will open later this month and Ted Baker will launch this spring along with a selection of beauty brands.

Network Rail said further detail on its retail offering would be announced in due course.

Sue Carvell, commercial director at Cath Kidston, said: “We have seen great success in our store at St Pancras station, and look forward to bringing our brand to this exciting new development too.

“London Bridge station is a prime location, ideal to offer a convenient shopping experience for our travelling customers.”

Ray Kelvin, CEO and founder of Ted Baker, added: “It’s only a few months until the store opens with a hand-selected edit of the men’s and womenswear collections, but I can’t hold Ted back – he’s getting really excited about the opportunities there.”

Group revenue at Ted Baker increased by 7.3% in the 13 weeks to 11 November, while turnover at Cath Kidston jumped 8% to £129.2m for the year to 26 March, following a 20% increase in international sales.

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