Coney Street will soon look even more folorn as two more big names go.
Burton and Dorothy Perkins are set to close in York, two of 23 stores in the UK and Ireland being axed by Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group.
Part of a rescue plan, the closures put 520 jobs at risk.
Across the country Topshop and Topman stores have been earmarked for closure alongside Dorothy Perkins and Burton as part of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA).
The retail group’s proposals will also see rent cut at another 194 outlets.
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