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Next is planning to create 125 jobs at a new £5.2m fashion store at Kingway West in Dundee.
Next is to open a 600,000 sq ft sofa factory in Doncaster this August, with the creation of at least 50 jobs.
Next is to open a £55m 624,300 sq ft distribution centre in Doncaster early next year, with the creation of 528 jobs.
Next is seeking permission from Bolton Council to open a £12m 2,700 sq m fashion and homeware store with 220 staff at Middlebrook Retail Park.
Next is to create 220 jobs at a new fashion and homeware store due to open at Handforth Dean in Cheshire by next summer.
Next is planning to build a new clothing and home store at Kingswood Retail Park in Hull, with the creation of 200 jobs.
Next is planning to build a £6m fashion and home store in Plymouth, with the creation of 156 jobs.
Next has unveiled plans for a new 900,000 sq ft fashion distribution centre at Armthorpe in Doncaster, with the creation of 500 jobs.
Next is planning to expand its chain of fashion stores with 1.4m sq ft of additional space over the next five years, including 300,000 sq ft in 2014.
Next has submitted plans for a new £6m home and garden store at the Longwater Retail Park in Norwich, with the creation of 150 jobs.
Next is planning to expand its chain of fashion and homeware stores with 500,000 sq ft of additional retail space over the next two years.
Next is setting up a 263,000 sq ft fashion warehouse for its online business at Redhouse Interchange in Doncaster.
Next is to invest £160m in the expansion of its chain of fashion stores over the next year, including 300,000 sq ft of new space.
Next is planning to open a 40,000 sq ft department store on the Beardmore Retail Park in Martlesham, Suffolk, in June.
Next is planning to create up to 150 jobs at a new 27,000 sq ft fashion and home furnishings store at the Brotherhood Shopping Park in Peterborough.
Next is to recruit up to 1,000 apprentices for its chain of fashion stores, and may expand the scheme into distribution and warehousing.
Next is considering plans to include garden centres in new store openings, depending on the success of a trial 50,000 sq ft outlet at a former Homebase site in Shoreham.
Next is to open a 15,000 sq ft furniture and fashion store at West Quay Retail Park in Southampton in August.
Next has acquired Lipsy, the fashion brand with annual turnover of £20m, for an initial £17m.
Next is to create 40 jobs at a new homewares store at Middlebrook in Bolton early next year, as part of an ongoing expansion programme for the Next Home chain.
Next is to refurbish a further 20% of its 480 fashion stores by January 2008, including a new logo, stone flooring and chrome fittings.
Next is considering plans to step up the rate of expansion of its Next Home homeware stores, with its second site opening at the Lakeside Retail Park in Thurrock.
Next is to open trial standalone stores in Derby and Newbury for its Lime discount clothing range.
Next is to set up a major new clothing warehouse at the Brookfields Park site near Rotherham next year, with the creation of hundreds of new jobs.
Next is planning to expand its chain of fashion stores with an additional 800,000 sq ft of selling space this year.
Next is to create 150 new jobs with the opening of a new larger fashion store in Birstall at the end of November.
Next has announced plans to extend many of its existing clothing stores and open at least four stores of more than 20,000 sq ft over the next six months.
Next has announced plans to create more than 150 jobs at a new large-format fashion store at the Retail World shopping development on Tyneside in July.
Next has announced plans to create 200 jobs at a new enlarged fashion store at the Merry Hill shopping centre in Brierley Hill in May 2003.
Next, the fashion retailer, is to set up a £20m sourcing operation in Turkey over the next three years, in order to co-ordinate the manufacturing process.
Next is creating up to 150 new jobs at its customer services call centre in Enderby, Leicestershire.
Next has sold Clydesdale Financial Services, its consumer credit business, to a management buy-in backed by Barclays Private Equity for £108m.
Next is to create 220 jobs at its Ventura call centre in the Dearne Valley, having won a contract from Woolwich to manage a new integrated personal finance plan.
Next is planning to set up a second Ventura customer service call centre at Wath-upon-Dearne, with the creation of at least 1,000 jobs.
Next and Superdrug have both announced plans to set up flagship stores on London's Oxford Street.
Next has announced plans to open a 35,000 sq ft store at Birmingham's new Bull Ring.
Next has announced plans to create an additional 2,000 jobs at the Ventura call centre that is being built in the Dearne Valley in South Yorkshire.
Next Group has opened a new £15m customer service centre through its Ventura division in Wath near Rotherham, which will create 1,750 new jobs over three years.
Next is selling TCS Management Group, its US subsidiary, to Aspect Telecommunications for £24m.