Home improvement and garden retailer Bunnings Warehouse officially opened the doors to four new branches on February 1.
The stores are at Walthamstow in east London, Hanworth in Middlesex, High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire and Newmarket in Suffolk.
Walthamstow is on the site of the former Homebase on Fulbourne Road and measures more than 74,000sq ft.
Hanworth is on the site of the former Homebase on Twickenham Road and is over 57,000sq ft.
High Wycombe store is on the site of the former Homebase on Knaves Beech Business Centre and is almost 50,000sq ft.
Newmarket is on the site of the former Homebase on Oaks Drive and is over 37,000sq ft.
All offer more than 30,000 home improvement and garden products from a wide range of brands. Other services include paint mixing to key cutting, a garden centre, timber cutting and in-store DIY workshops.
Bunnings is a leading retailer of home improvement and garden products in Australia and New Zealand which acquired UK DIY chain Homebase for £340 million in February 2016. It plans to invest a further £500 million building a new Bunnings Warehouse business in the UK and Ireland over a five-year plus timeframe.
The new Bunnings Warehouse store at Hanworth in Middlesex