A new-look Marks & Spencer will be officially unveiled to customers next month in the borough.
M&S will open the expansion of its Silverlink store on Thursday, April 17, which will see it increase in size by 20,000sq ft to 60,000sq ft.
The new-look store will see a full modernisation, introducing a newly extended food hall, upgraded café, extended in-store bakery, as well as new décor and layout.
The store’s beauty department will also undergo a revamp and be extended to 750sq ft and will relaunch in June.
Store manager Terri-Anne Rig said: “We are thrilled to be moving towards the final stages of modernising our Silverlink store.
“Not only will the new décor and layout provide an even better shopping experience for our customers, but we are also delighted to introduce an extended food hall, an upgraded café and a suiting department for men.
“Our new-look beauty department with specially trained beauty assistants and branded products will also soon be available to shoppers.
“We are very excited by the changes we have in store.”