Furniture thesis

The decade saw much change with the recession claiming the huge G-Plan factory in 1992 with the loss of 700 jobs; the closure and subsequent demolition of Glenisters, the oldest surviving furniture making company; and the decision by Parker Knoll to stop making furniture in High Wycombe. In 1999 High Wycombe's largest furniture maker, Ercol, announced that it was moving to Princes Risborough. High property prices continued to encourage firms to relocate in cheaper areas. However, the roots of the furniture industry run deep in the town, enough to ensure that furniture will continue to be made in High Wycombe for many years to come.

Furniture thesis

furniture thesis

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