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Fat Face is to set up a 120,000 sq ft clothing distribution centre at Dunsbury Hill Farm in Portsmouth by 2017.
Fat Face is planning to open ten new fashion stores a year, and the estate could total 500,000 sq ft by 2019.
Fat Face is planning to expand its Havant-based chain of 205 fashion stores with up to ten new sites over the next year.
Fat Face is expanding its chain of 180 fashion stores with 12 new outlets this financial year.
Fat Face is planning to open up to 20 fashion stores this year, and is also seeking new franchise opportunities.
Fat Face, the chain of 130 fashion stores, is to be sold by Advent International to private equity firm Bridgepoint Capital for £360m.
Fat Face is planning to expand its chain of 115 fashion stores with 25 new sites this year.
Fat Face has been acquired by Advent International for an estimated £100m, and is now planning to open up to 20 clothing stores a year.
Fat Face is planning to expand its chain of 90 fashion stores with 20 new sites a year, and will use a larger format in major city centres and regional malls.
Fat Face is planning to open 25 fashion stores a year over the next three years, to add to the existing 70.
Fat Face, the operator of 71 leisure clothing stores, is considering plans for a £50m flotation and expects to open 18 new stores this financial year.
Fat Face has announced plans to open a further 40 fashion stores over the next two years, to add to the existing 55.
Fat Face is considering plans for a flotation, to fund the international expansion of its chain of 50 outdoor fashion stores.
Fat Face is planning to open 20 outdoor fashion stores this year, to add to the existing 50.
Fat Face is planning to open one outdoor fashion store every month for the next two years, to add to the existing 40.