The future of Harrow 's Debenhams department store has long been a concern for shoppers.
Now though, Debenhams would appear to have put any concerns to rest - for the time being.
The popular department store chain has denied any claims it will be announcing the closure of the Harrow store.
A spokesman for Debenhams told Get West London on Tuesday (November 7) "We have no current announcements to make on any store closures across our 175 store UK and ROI estate."
The Debenhams, in Station Road, has been a feature of the high street for decades, and has not been a stranger to news headlines.
The Harrow branch sold for a whopping £9.55m back in 2014, making it the most expensive commercial property lot in Britain for five years, according to auctioneers.
And back in 1987, a bomb was planted in the store, causing £340,000 worth of damage as part of a series of attacks on stores in the capital by what is believed to have been the Animal Liberation Front.
In April this year, Debenhams announced that ten stores were earmarked for closure, including the Farnborough branch which will cease to trade from 2018 .
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