Wolverhampton's Mander Centre will be partly demolished to make way for a new department store as part of its multi-million pound transformation, plans unveiled today revealed.
An application has now been submitted for the first phase of work on the revamp of the city shopping centre.
Owners Delancey are now asking for planning permission to demolish the south western corner fronting Bell Street.
Centre manager Nicholas Pitt today said work would include a ‘reconfiguration’ of the existing centre.
“It is an exciting step,” he said.