An M&S in south London is earmarked for closure as part of the supermarket chain's restructuring plans.

Marks and Spencer plans to shut the shop in Walworth Road, Walworth, although the exact date is yet to be confirmed.

This planned closure is part of M&S' wider plan to shift its focus towards food-only shops.

By 2028, the chain aims to reduce its "full line" stores, which sell both clothing and food, from 247 to 180.

This restructuring will make room for the opening of an added 104 Simply Food branches.

Stuart Machin, M&S CEO, said the company will now focus on "making sure we have the right stores, in the right place, with the right space".

M&S has not released a full list of confirmed closures, however around nine more stores are reportedly set for closure.

This includes its store in the Exchange shopping centre in Ilford, and its Peterborough site, which is set to close on April 20.

Nicholas Pucci, M&S regional manager, thanked "all the customers" who have shopped in their stores.

He said: "Shopping habits are changing, so we're rotating our store estate to make sure we have the right stores with the right space to offer customers a brilliant shopping experience."