When did John Lewis Glasgow Open?

31st March 1999
Biggest branch in Scotland John Lewis Glasgow opened its doors to the public for the very first time on the 31st March 1999.

Is DH Evans still trading?

The name of D. H. Evans disappeared from Oxford Street in 2001, though it lingers in the memory of many. Since then it has been a branch of the House of Fraser, the company which has owned the store since 1954. Just over eighty years ago the present store was completed, officially opened in February 1937.

Who owned Goldbergs Glasgow?

Vera and Gerald Weisfeld
The flagship Glasgow store on Candleriggs was acquired by entrepreneurs Vera and Gerald Weisfeld in 1994 and reopened as discount clothes store Weisfelds, a similar concept to their previous business What Everyone Wants.

What will happen to the Debenhams building in Glasgow?

The old Debenhams in the city centre is set to be transformed into offices and a rooftop garden – with the plans expected to go in front of a committee in spring 2022. Plans to transform Glasgow’s St Enoch Centre to include 1,700 new homes and a hotel have been moved forward.

How many John Lewis stores are there in Glasgow?

The total number of John Lewis locations presently open in Glasgow, Lanarkshire is 1. Click on this page for the entire index of all John Lewis stores near Glasgow. Please be advised that during the holiday season the open hours for John Lewis in Glasgow may shift from common times displayed above.

Why choose John Lewis&Partners Glasgow?

John Lewis & Partners Glasgow offers an extensive range of fashion and accessories, beauty, homewares and furnishings, electrical, childrenswear and toys.

Where does John Lewis take place?

John Lewis is set right near the crossroads of Bath Street, Cathedral Street and Buchanan Street, in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, at Buchanan Galleries.