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Debenhams still keen on Wolverhampton move

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A major department store due to anchor Wolverhampton's failed £300 million Summer Row shopping centre today revealed it was still interested in opening a store in the city.

A major department store due to anchor Wolverhampton's failed £300 million Summer Row shopping centre today revealed it was still interested in opening a store in the city.

Debenhams was taking on a major part of the 600,000 sq ft shopping centre, while Marks & Spencer had also signed a deal to move in.

Today Debenhams spokeswoman Lizzie Singleton: "We are very interested in Wolverhampton."

M&S also said it remained committed to Wolverhampton, where it has a store in Dudley Street, but declined to comment further.

The axing of the Summer Row yesterday came after around seven years of planning and preparatory work.

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