MARKS & Spencer has officially signed up to be the anchor tenant at a £60m development in Oldham town centre.
The 130-year-old high street retailer exchanged contracts with Oldham council ahead of its move to the forthcoming Prince’s Gate development.
The scheme, at Oldham Mumps – which will see 150,000 sq ft of extra retail space, 800 new homes, including apartments, and 700 car parking spaces – was unveiled last month and is set to open in 2017. Royal Hospital, but died that evening.
Police say there are no suspicious circumstances. Call the police on 0161 856 9063. cannabis and have been bailed pending further enquiries.
Superintendent Denise Worth said: “We are committed to tackling drugs and making our streets safer.” visited Oldham’s Teenage Market.
Daniel, a student at the college’s Peter Jones Academy, said: “It was a great experience to meet Theo Paphitis especially as we spoke about me going on Dragons’ Den programme next year.
“He congratulated me and wished me the best of luck which means a lot coming from someone who I look up to.”
The One Show airs on BBC 1 at 7pm tonight. Christmas but plenty of other parking provision is available across the town centre.”