Chantry Place has revealed when House of Fraser will re-open, featuring a fresh look and a host of new brands.

The department store announced in December that it would be closing for a "short period", but did not confirm how long it would be keeping its doors shut.

But Chantry Place has now confirmed the shopping giant will reopen as ‘Frasers’ on the September 18, following extensive renovation work.

The new name comes as owner Mike Ashley continues to rebrand House of Frasers across the UK, with seven stores across the UK set to be added to the mini-chain of luxury stores.

Fashion brand USC, which is owned by the Frasers group, will take over the first floor of the store, in a move owners hope will entice younger shoppers.

A new Evans Cycles shop will open on the second floor, alongside Game and Sports Direct, which will close its current location in the shopping centre next month.

Chantry Place has seen lots of change in the last year with the opening of Urban OutfittersModa in Pelle and Lisa Angel.