Under the Government's roadmap out of lockdown, non-essential shops can reopen on April 12.
However, the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic have hit the retail industry hard.
Debenhams, Topshop and other Arcadia brands are among the many who will no longer operate stores, after being entering into administration and being purchased by online-only brands Boohoo and ASOS.
Here are 17 shops that will not be reopening in April:
1. Dorothy Perkins
Burton's sister brand Dorothy Perkins will also see the closure of all its Leeds stores, following the sale of the brand to Boohoo.
Cath Kidston closed all of its 60 UK stores in April 2020, leading to the loss of more than 900 jobs. The Queens Arcade store will not reopen.
3. Topshop and Topman
All Topshop and Topman 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.
Make-up store NYX opened in Trinity Leeds in 2017. It is now boarded up and is no longer listed on the company website or the Trinity Leeds website. The brand still sells in Boots.