SCORES of small businesses across the region – and over a thousand across the UK – will be left homeless from Friday after a shopping centre operator told them it was going into liquidation.
Liverpool-based In Shops, owned by Anglo-French market operator Geraud Markets, wrote to all tenants last Friday saying they had seven days to vacate their premises before liquidators were appointed.
The letter, from In Shops Centre Limited and In Shops Starters, says: “The companies have suffered from increasing losses and are now unable to generate sufficient cash to allow them to continue.
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