The 10 shops in White Rose Shopping Centre that have permanently closed

Shopping centres across the country have been hit badly over the last year, with many recognisable brands closing their doors.

Wednesday, 17th March 2021, 1:05 pm
The White Rose Shopping Centre has been hit with some shop closures.

Huge high street names like Topshop and Debenhams, which was founded back in 1778, sadly called in administrators, leading to the closures of stores. The White Rose Shopping Centre which was home to many Arcadia Group brands, has seen many of its stores close. Here are 10 stores that will be disappearing from the Beeston shopping centre:

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Boohoo purchased the Debenhams brand and website of department store chain for £55 million but it did not take on the company’s 118 stores - meaning around 12,000 jobs were likely to be lost. There is also a Debenhams store in Briggate.

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More than 1,800 jobs were lost after sister fashion chains Oasis and Warehouse said they would not reopen any of their stores again last year. Boohoo has bought the brands which are now sold online-only.
The Warehouse store will not reopen, after Boohoo bought the brand and Oasis. The brands will now be sold online.
All Topshop stores are set to shut for good after Deloitte, administrators for Arcadia group, sold the brand and stock to online retailer Asos. There were three Topshop and Topman stores in Leeds - located in Briggate, White Rose Shopping Centre and Kirkstall Bridge shopping park.
The male counterpart to Topshop, Topman, will also close its stores after the brand and stock was sold to online retailer Asos.
Burton's sister brand Dorothy Perkins will also see the closure of all its Leeds stores, following the sale of the brand to Boohoo.
Menswear store Burton is another casualty in the Arcadia group. It was announced today that all stores will close after the brand was snapped up by online retailer Boohoo.
Thorntons announced that it would close all of its stores and operate as online-only in March 2021. The White Rose store was the only remaining Thorntons in Leeds, after the Commercial Street store closed in early 2020.
The Monsoon store in the White Rose has closed but the Accessorise store will remain open, according to the company's website.
In March, technology retail giant Dixons Carphone wielded the axe on its Carphone Warehouse chain, closing all of its standalone UK stores including in Leeds. Outlets inside Currys PC World, in Albion Street, White Rose and Guiseley, remain open.