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About TM Lewin

TM Lewin is a British brand specializing in men's shirts, wool suits, silk ties and women's workwear.

TM Lewin Headquarter Location

6-7 St Cross Street Courtyard

London, England, EC1N 8UA,

United Kingdom

+44 330 056 3365

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Fitness store to expand into two city centre shops that closed during pandemic

Jun 30, 2021

Newcastle fitness store to expand into two city centre shops that closed during pandemic The former Co-op mini supermarket and TM Lewin shirtmaker on Market Street are set to be taken over by Start Fitness For the latest North East news and updates subscribe to the free ChronicleLive newsletter here Invalid EmailSomething went wrong, please try again later. Subscribe When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Your information will be used in accordance with our Privacy Notice. Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice A Newcastle fitness store is to expand into two neighbouring shops that have closed during the Covid-19 pandemic. The former Co-op mini supermarket and TM Lewin shirtmaker on Market Street are set to be taken over by Start Fitness. Menswear company TM Lewin announced last June that it would be shutting all its shops, including the one in Newcastle city centre , after taking a major hit during lockdown. And around 15 members of staff faced redundancy when the Co-op closed its doors in March this year. Now plans lodged with Newcastle City Council show Start Fitness, which is next door to the former Co-op, is planning to expand into both empty units. A listed building application is seeking permission for alterations including a new shopfront and opening party walls between the sites. The application says the existing retail premises at 33-37 Market Street currently forms part of Start Fitness, while 31 Market Street was formerly a Co-op food store and 29 Market Street was formerly TM Lewin. A design and access statement says: “The proposed use will remain as existing retail premises, with the opening up works to the party walls providing internal circulation between No. 29, 31 and 33 Market Street which will be an extension of Start Fitness retail. The Co-op in Newcastle city centre, before it closed (Image: Newcastle Chronicle) “The proposal will create a revised internal arrangement over the ground floor levels, although the internal floor areas will remain the same. “The proposal is to reconfigure the internal circulation arrangements and extend the existing Start Fitness retail area into No. 29 and 31 at ground floor level. “New internal steps and ramp between 31 and 33 will provide accessibility between the units allowing customers and staff a continuous transition throughout the ground floor areas. “The new openings will provide customers with clear sightlines from No 35 through 33, 31 and 29, when entering the existing front entrance to No 35 and enhance the customers' retail experience creating an open plan space across all five units.” The last day of trading at the former Co-op was March 20, with 15 members of staff at risk of losing their jobs as a result. A spokesperson at the time said efforts were being made to relocate those affected or to find them other roles. In June last year around 600 workers lost their jobs at TM Lewin as the shirtmaker said it would close all of its shops after taking a major hit during the coronavirus pandemic. A firm hired to restructure the menswear company said it was switching all sales to the internet in a bid to save the brand, but would not be able to rescue its estate of 66 shops, including one in Newcastle . Read More

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