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    Unfortunately, it's still empty. There were rumours about a major retailer opening on the site in September, but nothing ever materialised.

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    I miss BHS, we use to go up to the Cafe, have a bit of a meal and overlook the river and town, it was a lovely view.

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    Yes, it's a great location. It'll be a shame if the building falls into dereliction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finebyme View Post
    What are they doing with the other shopping arcade, Bards Walk. ?
    Looks like Bard's Walk developer is having trouble shifting units: http://www.stratford-herald.com/8001...ards-walk.html

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    Many developers are having trouble shifting units/offices, but we're still building more. - Madness!

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    Yes, it is madness. The number of empty shops is slowly increasing in Stratford, and we don't need any more (although, the town could do with some different shops, not just chain stores).

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    Well, that's one of Bell Court's tenants potentially up the spout: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-42625716

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    I expect we'll see a lot of this during the coming months, especially as rent becomes due. Many enterprises have not had a good Christmas period, many are struggling day to day and it will all start to hit home shortly.

    2018 won't (IMO) be a good year for many of the high street names.

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