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UPDATE: Bunnings' conversions for 2018

Published: 7 December 2017 - Kiran Grewal

Home improvement and garden retailer Bunnings, opened its 10th UK  Warehouse store, taking over the former Homebase outlet on Edinburgh Way in Harlow in November, and now news has come to light revealing the locations for new stores that will open in 2018, or possibly even earlier.

The Sun reported that these Homebase stores are currently being transformed:

To close by the end of the year: 

Basingstoke – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment

Bicester – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment

Rochdale – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment

To close in 2018: 

Chichester – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment

Walthamstow – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment

Hanworth – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment

 

Newmarket – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment

High Wycombe – Currently closed for Bunnings refurbishment
 

Full list of current Bunnings stores in the UK:

Basildon

Address: London Road, Basildon, Essex, SS16 4PR

Basingstoke

Address: Winchester Road, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG22 6HN

Broadstairs

Address: Westwood Gateway Retail Park, Broadstairs, CT10 2PU

Folkestone

Address: Park Farm Road, Folkestone, Kent, CT19 5FJ

Griffiths Way, St Albans

Address: Griffiths Way, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 2RJ

Harlow

Address: Edinburgh Way,Harlow,Essex,CM20 2TN

Hatfield Road, St Albans

Address: The Courtyard Alban Park, Hatfield Road, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL4 0JJ

Hemel Hempstead

Address: Apsley Mills Retail Park, London Road, Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, HP3 9QN

Milton Keynes

Address: Snowdon Drive, Winterhill, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK6 1AP

Rotherham

Address: Rotherham Road, Parkgate, Rotherham, S60 1SG

Sittingbourne

Address: Sittingbourne Retail Park, Mill Way, Sittingbourne, ME10 2XD

Worle

Address: Queensway Centre, Bristol Road, Worle, BS22 0BT

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