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Bunnings has converted a third Homebase store with a retail space of around 6 000 m² to the Bunnings concept.

Bunnings has converted a third Homebase store with a retail space of around 6 000 m² to the Bunnings concept.

Bunnings, owner of the Homebase chain in Great Britain since February 2016, has converted a third Homebase store to the Bunnings concept. The location is situated in Hemel Hempstead to the north-west of London, almost ten kilometres from St. Albans, where the Australian chain reflagged the first two pilot stores from Homebase to Bunnings. A retail space of around 6 000 m² is available in Hemel Hempstead. The next two conversions will be carried out in Milton Keynes and Folkestone.

|20 June 2017

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