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New Look is to relocate its London-based fashion headquarters and about 800 staff to a 123,000 sq ft office at the R7 building due to open at King's Cross in July 2017.
New Look is looking to open up to 20 menswear stores next year, including sites in Birmingham, London, Leeds and Newcastle.
New Look is reported to be planning to launch a new chain of menswear stores with sites in Manchester, Portsmouth and Wigan this year.
New Look, the chain of 800 fashion stores in 21 countries, has been acquired by Brait of South Africa for £780m.
New Look is planning to expand its chain of 576 fashion stores, and is particularly interested in sites in Manchester and Bradford.
New Look is to refurbish 100 of its 590 fashion stores this year, and will introduce concessions such as nail bars.
New Look is to create up to 300 jobs at its Lymedale distribution centre in Chesterton, having taken the operation of its online fashion business in-house.
New Look is planning to create 1,500 jobs over the next year, as part of an expansion programme that will include 200,000 sq ft of new retail space.
New Look has submitted plans for the 96,000 sq ft expansion of its fashion distribution centre in Chesterton, with the creation of up to 450 jobs.
New Look, the chain of more than 600 fashion stores, is looking to double its trading space from 3.7m sq ft to more than 7m sq ft.
New Look is to relocate its buying, merchandising and design departments and up to 250 jobs from Weymouth to a new office in central London by June.
New Look, the fashion retailer, is considering plans to relocate its executive functions from Weymouth to a new London headquarters of up to 50,000 sq ft.
New Look is creating 70 new jobs at its clothing distribution centre at the Lymedale Business Park in Staffordshire.
New Look is to set up a new 300,000 sq ft fashion distribution centre next to its existing site on Lymedale Business Park in North Staffordshire by September, with the creation of 350 jobs.
New Look is to invest £100m in the expansion of its chain of fashion stores this year.
New Look is planning to expand its number of out-of-town fashion stores from 15 to 50 over the next two years, and is seeking units between 10,000 and 20,000 sq ft.
New Look is seeking permission for the redevelopment of its 30-acre site in Weymouth, including a new 120,000 sq ft headquarters, warehousing and a 50-room hotel.
New Look, the chain of 541 fashion stores, is planning to double its store space to 5m sq ft over the next ten years, and will concentrate on opening large outlets of about 25,000 sq ft.
New Look has announced that 70 staff have agreed to relocate from Weymouth to a new distribution centre in Staffordshire in September.
New Look is to close its fashion distribution centre in Weymouth in September 2005 with the loss of 580 jobs, in order to set up a new site in Newcastle-under-Lyme.
New Look has accepted a £699m offer to sell the chain of fashion stores back to its founder, with financial backing from Apax and Permira.
New Look, the fashion retailer, is to set up a new 10,000 sq ft headquarters above its flagship store on London's Oxford Street.
New Look is to acquire the remaining 49% stake in NewMim, the French fashion retailer with 171 stores, for up to £30m.
New Look is planning to expand its chain of Mim fashion stores in France from 154 to more than 400, by opening about 30 a year.
New Look, the fashion retailer, has announced plans to invest £15m refurbishing 300 smaller stores.
New Look is planning to open about 40 fashion stores of up to 15,000 sq ft, and has appointed Dalgleish to find suitable sites in cheaper locations.
New Look is to open a new buying office in London in order to help recruit more experienced staff, and the company has said it will continue to relocate up to 30 stores a year to larger sites.
New Look is planning to open 77 fashion outlets over the next five years to take the total to 556, and the average size will increase by 75%.
New Look, the fashion retailer, is planning to raise £100m in a flotation in order to repay debt, redeem preference shares, and finance a roll-out of 150 stores.