Woolworths in Rayners Lane are set to be replaced by supermarket giants Iceland - but the fate of its other stores around Harrow remain a mystery.
The store in Imperial Drive is one of 40 Woolworths shops bought out by Iceland after the collapse of the brand in January this year.
And although it has no plans to purchase any of the other closed shops in Wealdstone, Pinner, Kenton or in the St George's Shopping Centre, it is thought other companies have already shown an interest.
Deloitte, the accountancy firm that tried to save Woolies, confirmed the Iceland purchase had gone through and told the Observer another 140 stores nationwide had either been bought out separately or had bids placed on them.
The firm however were unable to confirm whether or not bids or buy outs had occurred on Harrow stores.
The surprise collapse of Woolworths at the turn of the year led to 170 job cuts in Harrow alone - while a further 39 were axed in two stores in Brent.
In total 807 stores were closed throughout the UK after its 100 year stay on High Streets up and down the country.
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