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Some branches are already on their second tenants since the retail chain's 2008 collapse

Woolworths stores remain empty

40 per cent of former Woolworths branches are still empty, the Local Data Company has found.

The figure is a small change from last July, when 60 per cent of the stores were unoccupied.

From a regional perspective, 81 per cent of the London stores are taken, while around 50 per cent of ex-Woolworths stores in Northern Ireland are still empty.

2.1 per cent of the 807 ex-Woolworths units around the UK are already on their second tenant since the retailer collapsed in 2008.

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