John Lewis Bristol and the city’s changing retail landscape

Graham Soult

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  1. May 18, 2010

    […] To be honest, there are few plausible candidates. As I suggested to Helen, independent department stores – the most likely suitors – have been on the wane for years, with many longstanding names closing down (Cardiff’s David Morgan, for instance) or being swallowed up by larger rivals (such as Beatties and Jenners by House of Fraser, Roomes by Morleys, and Williams & Griffin and Bentalls by Fenwick).   […]

  2. January 28, 2011

    […] about the John Lewis sales figures brought to mind my third ever blog post – a whole 170 posts ago – written back at the height of the recession in July 2009 when […]

  3. September 13, 2011

    […] Forty miles or so down the M4, the £7m John Lewis at Home in Swindon represents a relatively quick and cheap way for the retailer to circumvent development delays, and to plug the gap in coverage between its existing department stores in Reading and Bristol. […]

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