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Monks Cross Shake Up Approved

Monks Cross 1 170513

11:08am 23rd August 2013

Changes to stores in the redevelopment at Monks Cross have been given the go ahead by planners.

Laura Ashley, Sports Direct and M&S will be knocked into one mega store which will house York's long awaited Primark.

Debenhams will move into a new store created by merging WHSmiths and Outfit.

Clarks will be split in two to give them a new store and provide space for either WHSmiths or Sports Direct.

Eric Hall, TDH Estates said: “We are delighted that City of York Council has approved Monks Cross Shopping’s planning application at the planning committee on Thursday 22 August.

“Now we have the approval for the refresh of the retail offer at Monks Cross Shopping it means we can progress with confirming our programme to ensure the park continues to offer a first class shopping experience.

“The success of Monks Cross over the last 15 years has been its ability to complement the city centre by providing units for retailers who also have a presence in York city centre and we look forward to continuing to work to this principle.”

Monks Cross tell Minster FM the line up isn't finalised yet, but according to documents put into planners at the city council at the moment it looks like:

  •  American Golf - No change

  • Argos Extra - No change

  • BHS Homestore - No change

  • Blacks - No change

  • Boots The Chemist - No change

  • Café Gio - No change

  • Carphone Warehouse - No change

  • Clarks - Being split in two to create newer smaller store

  • Clinton Cards - No change

  • Debenhams - Moving to new bigger store created by merging WHSmiths and Outfit

  • Evans Plus Size Clothing - City council documents say moving out but Monks Cross say this is not decided yet

  • Evans Cycles - No change

  • Game - No change

  • H&M - No change

  • Hobbycraft - No change

  • Laura Ashley - Moving to Julia Avenue site

  • McDonald's - No change

  • Marks & Spencer - Moving to new Oakgate scheme

  • M & S Espresso Bar - Moving to new Oakgate scheme

  • M & S Simply Food - Moving to new Oakgate scheme

  • Miss Selfridge - City council documents say moving out but Monks Cross say this is not decided yet

  • Monsoon Accessorize - No change

  • New Look - No change

  • Next - Moving to new Oakgate scheme

  • Outfit - No change

  • Pizza Hut - No change

  • Primark - Moving into space where Laura Ashley, Sports Direct and M&S are now

  • River Island - No change

  • Sports Direct - Moving but staying in Monks Cross (possibly in Clarks split store)

  • Starbucks Coffee Company - No change

  • Thomas Cook - No change

  • TK Maxx - No change

  • Topshop / Topman - City council documents say moving out but Monks Cross say this is not decided yet

  • WH Smith - Moving but staying in Monks Cross (possibly in Clarks split store)

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