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Selfridges shelves Foster store plans

Selfridges has admitted it has abandoned Foster and Partners' plans for the wholesale redevelopment of its store on London's Oxford Street. The move follows last year's takeover by Canadian billionaire Galen Weston, who also shelved Foreign Office Architects' plans for a shop in Bristol.

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