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Brown & Jackson is planning to relocate up to 100 of its 338 discount stores, while about 20 will be closed over the next two years.
Brown & Jackson is seeking permission to set up a £20m Poundstretcher headquarters and distribution centre in Huddersfield, with the creation of 400 new jobs and the relocation of 300 jobs from Leeds.
Brown & Jackson is planning to sell four of its five store chains to majority shareholder Tradegro, in order to focus on its Poundstretcher discount stores.
Brown & Jackson is planning to open 20 new Famous Brunswick Warehouse footwear stores over the next year to add to the existing 68, which will include its first move onto the high street.
Brown & Jackson is planning to open 100 new discount stores a year for the next four years with the creation of 1,500 jobs.
Brown & Jackson is planning to open 100 new discount stores this year, and is also considering plans to launch into eastern Europe.
Brown & Jackson has acquired North Shoe, the footwear and sportswear retailer with 32 stores, for £23m.
Brown & Jackson plans to open a further 29 discount stores by the end of June to take the total to 530, and about 300 jobs will be created.
Brown & Jackson has acquired B&J Props from Pepkor of South Africa for £2.3m, which will reduce its exposure to rent increases as B&J Props owns 14 of Brown & Jackson's stores.
Brown & Jackson has agreed the £6.5m acquisition of WEW, the discount retailer that trades as What Everyone Wants and The Store.
Brown & Jackson is planning to buy Your More Store, the chain of 127 discount stores, for £7.6m.