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Yours Clothing buys new £4m headquarters

Plus-size clothing retailer Yours Clothing has purchased a new 142,000 sq ft headquarters in Peterborough. 

The business, which employs 1,100 staff across 135 stores, has taken on the space as part of a commitment to improving its infrastructure and giving the business a platform to deliver its growth plans.

The new headquarters at Newcombe House, Bakewell Road, Orton, Southgate, will continue to house a photography studio, the customers services department and a distribution centre.

Yours Clothing is relocating from its present smaller 85,000 sq ft premises, which are located nearby in Orton.

The retailer reported a 22% rise in revenues to £88.3m for the 12 months to January 2018, compared with £72.1m in the previous year.

Andrew Killingsworth, founder and chief executive of Yours Clothing, said: “This is an exciting time for Yours Clothing. We are investing in IT and infrastructure, and our new enlarged HQ will ensure that the brand is well positioned to deliver on our ambitious growth plans.

“The business is continuing to see strong demand across womenswear and menswear both here in the UK and internationally, which reflects the growing demand of our products and the strength of our omnichannel business model.”

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