A six-storey building that was formerly a popular Debenhams store is currently on the market.

The department store chain collapsed at the end of last year, with all its stores closing back in May after Boohoo agreed to only buy its website and brand in a £55 million rescue deal.

In Harrow, the branch at Station Road officially closed on May 12.

The store is located in the heart of the town centre and is currently on the market – open to various possible uses after being granted a new commercial use class back in September last year.

Estate agents Chamberlain Commercial suggests that the site could be repurposed as another retail store, gym space, a restaurant, offices, industrial use, healthcare or indoor recreation.

Under the new commercial use class, other uses may be possible, subject to local authority approval.

It is said that the 220,000 square foot store spread over six floors can be leased in its entirety, or can be sub-divided to suit an occupiers needs.

Debenhams in Harrow was a massive retailer for the community and was one of the main features in the high street, with it being located just by St Ann’s and St George’s shopping centres.

The Harrow branch sold for £9.55m back in 2014, but it currently is on the market without an estimated price.

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