ScS will be opening 4 new stores in their current financial year and have just reported a £10.9 million pre tax profit for their financial year ending July 2016. ScS have been a valued client of Thompson Heaney since its inception.
Thompson Heaney advised Go Outdoors on the acquisition of the former B & Q premises on Mansfield Road, Nottingham.
Thompson Heaney negotiated the surrender of the lease of Arcadia’s retail warehouse premises on Brent Cross Shopping Park which enabled the landlord, Hammerson, to simultaneously relet the premises to new carpet retailer, Tapi.
Smyths Toys opened their 5th store for 2016 in Peterborough, taking part of the former AHF premises with B & M taking the remaining other part.
A unit was acquired on temporary terms following a fire and forced closure of the Go Outdoors main store in Milton Keynes. It is anticipated the new store will reopen early 2017.
Freehold acquisition of the former Morrisons in Sunderland.
Parkgate Retail Park in Rotherham is now home to the third Smyths Toys retail store.
Thompson Heaney acted for Arcadia on a surrender of their unit at The Fort Shopping Park, Birmingham.
Holland & Barrett continue with their retail park expansion with the acquisition of a new store at Teesside Shopping Park, one of the North East’s premier shopping parks.
Smyths Toys opened their third 2016 store in the UK’s premier seaside town. Other retailers in the vicinity include Asda and Home Bargains.
Go Outdoors will open their first Irish store in May 2016, having acquired the former Harvey Norman unit.