BOSSES at independent nursery retailer Kiddies Kingdom have put forward plans which could see the company takeover Mothercare's best performing stores.

The troubled retail giant went into administration early last month and announced they would be having 'everything must go' sales.

Family-run company Kiddies Kingdom has made a nine-point proposal to the administrators at Mothercare. 

The online company says they want to 'fill the void' Mothercare are leaving behind and they have now contacted the demised retailer’s administrators showing a 'keen interest' in purchasing and ultimately taking over a 'range of Mothercare’s assets'.

The proposal includes taking over 'high-performing' stores within the UK, purchasing of leftover stock and distribution centres, corresponding infrastructures and equipment and 'staff retention'.

Mohammed Patel, Kiddies Kingdom director, said: “Kiddies Kingdom have made a nine point proposal to the administrators and we’re currently waiting for a response.

"We are happy to take on some existing staff to minimise redundancy claims and explore the option of taking over the best performing stores across the spine of the UK.

"Our Dewsbury Flagship showroom has been hugely successful.

"We know the type of experience the consumer is currently looking for on the high street and there is scope to replicate this throughout the UK.

"Now more than ever before the market is hungry for a futuristic retailer who can fill the void Mothercare has left behind.

"If a retailer like this emerges, they will have an open road to be the go-to point for baby shopping. We believe we are that retailer.”