The BHS shop in Churchill Square, Brighton, is to close this week, the administrators Duff and Phelps said.
It is one of only 35 stores remaining open and 13 of them will be closed tomorrow (Wednesday 24 August) with the last 22 shutting Saturday (27 August).
Since BHS collapsed in April 128 stores have closed, with the failure costing 11,000 jobs, including dozens at the branch in Churchill Square.
Questions over the company’s pensions liabilities and its sale to an unsuitable buyer have been central to a parliamentary inquiry.
A report by MPs described the former owner, Sir Philip Green, as the “unacceptable face of capitalism”.
He drew more than £400 million in dividends from the business before selling it for £1, with a £571 million pension fund deficit.
The man to whom he sold it, Dominic Chappell, was banned from driving for speeding today. He is a serial bankrupt who was described by MPs as a chancer with no retail experience.
Frank Field, the MP who chaired the parliamentary inquiry, has asked the Serious Fraud Office to investigate the collapse of BHS. It is also possible that Sir Philip Green may be stripped of his knighthood.