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Posted by Andrew Jones on 09 October 2023

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Richard Jones - Director of Retail & Leisure at Avison Young


The decline and future of Britain’s department stores

Richard Jones, Director of Retail & Leisure at Avison Young, shares his thoughts on department stores and the role that charity shops play in revitalising the high street.

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Andrew Jones

Real Estate Partner

Andrew is responsible for the performance of the firm’s real estate group. He advises clients on the acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold commercial properties.

Andrew Jones

Andrew is responsible for the performance of the firm’s real estate group. He advises clients on the acquisition and disposal of freehold and leasehold commercial properties.

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