Iceland in Harrow Town Centre is preparing to close its doors for good, with the store set to shut down on May 6.
Signs have been erected in and around the store, alerting customers to its impending closure in the next couple of weeks.
It is unclear whether a skip that has been spotted nearby in a local car park will be used for clearance at the site. The store’s lease is set to expire soon, and preparations for its closure have already begun.
Last month, a spokesperson for Iceland confirmed that the Station Road, Harrow store would close on May 6, ahead of the lease expiring. The company has a portfolio of over 1,000 stores across Iceland and The Food Warehouse and continually reviews the retail experience offered to its customers as local shopping patterns change and shop leases expire.
Since the announcement of the closure, Harrow residents have been speculating about what they would like to see take the store’s place. The closure of Iceland leaves a significant space in the town centre, and many are hoping for a new, exciting business to take its place.
As the closure date draws nearer, it remains to be seen what will become of the Iceland store in Harrow Town Centre.