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Premium retailers to make a Marque in Cambridge

Cambridge’s ‘tallest residence’ – The MarqueFollowing the eagerly-anticipated completion of Cambridge’s ‘tallest residence’ – The Marque – commercial occupiers are being encouraged to capitalise on the prestigious retail space that occupies the ground floor of the luxury 92-apartment scheme.

Dream Doors to open in Ely

Dream Doors’ Vanilla Newport kitchen rangeKitchen makeover specialist, Dream Doors is opening a showroom in Cambridgeshire in early spring thanks to swift negotiations conducted by agent Carter Jonas.

Record sales for Greene King

Greene King CEO, Rooney AnandA record number of people ate out at Greene King pubs on Christmas Day.

Online shoppers boost Christmas spend

Andy Wright, network retail regional director at Barclays Eastern RegionChristmas spending in the East of England was 2.5 per cent ahead of the same period last year as online shoppers gave retailers a timely boost.

Eye technology utilised in Norfolk

Dipple and Conway director Robert Conway with optometrists Alison Blake and Lizelle De BruinIndependent Norfolk optician Dipple & Conway believes it is the first practice in East Anglia to invest in state-of-the-art tear analysis equipment that can help banish the irritation of Dry Eye Syndrome.

Kershaw class checks out for Waitrose

Kershaw-WaitroseKershaw Mechanical Services has completed the mechanical services installation at the Waitrose Cambridge store in Trumpington as part of the shop’s multi-million pound extension and refurbishment.

ISG fashions £32 million in Arcadia HQ win

Arcadia-LondonEast of England construction services specialist ISG has secured a £32 million fit out project with Arcadia at the fashion retailer’s UK headquarters in the heart of London’s West End.

Farrow & Ball adds colour to Regent Street

CGI of Rheebridge’s Regency Villas development on Regent Terrace, Cambridge. Picture Copyright, Freeland Rees Roberts Architects. International paint and wallpaper brand Farrow & Ball is coming to Cambridge to occupy showroom and retail space at 14 Regent Street.

Halfords revolution spurred by Episys

Halfords is revolutionising its in-store customer communications by implementing an integrated signage solution from EpisysHalfords, the leading retailer of automotive and leisure products is revolutionising its in-store customer communications by implementing an integrated signage solution from Cambridge-based global information technology services company Episys.

Traders form orderly queue in fast growing Ely

Buttermarket, close to the Market Place in the centre of ElyOne of Ely’s landmarks, the pavement café Tea for Two, has changed hands. The black and white period building sits in Buttermarket, close to the Market Place in the centre of Ely.

M&S sparks 70 jobs for Suffolk

Store manager Mike Humphreys opens the new M&S Simply Food at Martlesham Heath Retail ParkThe East of England’s troubled retail sector has received a timely boost.

Hughes Electrical invests in Lowestoft

(from left to right) Lowestoft branch manager, Kevin Booth; Phyllis Spratt, Jim Hughes, Robert HughesThe Hughes Electrical Group is investing more than £600,000 to create a flagship store in Lowestoft.

Krazy Horse rides again on two wheels

Paul-BeamishKrazy Horse, a Suffolk-based dealership that builds desire-quenching custom bikes for enthusiasts from the East of England, has opened a new multi-million pound motorcycle facility that will attract visitors from all over the UK.

Victoria’s Secret opens at Stansted Airport

Victoria’s SecretUS lingerie company, Victoria’s Secret has opened its first UK airport Beauty and Accessories store at London Stansted.

Cambridge retailer breaks cycle of doom

Pictured outside the new shop, left to right, Peter Rastall, Jack Phelps and David Thomas.An electrical retailer has broken the cycle of doom that has engulfed UK retailers at the start of 2013 by opening a new store in Cambridge that is double the size of the previous one!

Local and national brands join line-up at CB1

Bidwells and Savills acted for Brookgate in the transaction, with Costa, Co-op and Le Gros Franck acting for themselvesBrookgate, the mixed-use development company, has completed three new retail lettings for the CB1 development in Cambridge city centre to local restaurant Le Gros Franck, retail chain Co-op and Costa Coffee.

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