Despite of widespread speculations Discount shop B&M denies the takeover plans of Burnham’s empty Morrisons store. This week, B&M spokes person said in a statement that, they are actively looking for the opportunities to build the number of B&M stores across Somerset, and not interested in this site at present.
“As a developing business with more than 480 stores across the country B&M continually hoping to grow further; giving awesome worth items and world class administration to significantly more clients consistently and also having necessary impact in the nearby group, they continued in a statement. This may not hose theory about the company’s arrangements for the site taking after their turn to tackle the B&Q store in Bridgwater and the previous Morrisons site up the street in Clevedon, they said.
With its blend of food and drink, toys and recreations, ordinary essentials, toiletries and electrical equipment, garments and furniture alongside pet food and occasional gifts, the store could bring about issues for the town focus’ current shops. Mark Newman of the Chamber of Commerce said that they are troubled with the circumstance and need B&M and the leaseholder Pension Protection Fund to comprehend the effect a store like that will have on the group. B&M need to understand the suggestions to the eventual fate of the town of having a vast rebate store there.”