Which Wyevale centres have been sold so far?

by | Feb 12, 2019 | Business, Chains, Features, News | 0 comments

So far, 45 garden centres have been moved on by Wyevale Garden Centres. Of these, nine have gone to developers to be used for housing.
Blue Diamond has taken nine of the larger Wyevale garden centres. Dobbies has taken six of the destination centres. British Garden Centres has also picked up six.
Perrywood Garden Centre has taken one, as has Rosebourne and Tates of Sussex.
With the sales that have already gone through, Wyevale is down to 100 centres. The next round of sales is in full swing.
The full list of sales is as follows:
Wyevale Centres soldNew owners
Bicester AvenueBlue Diamond
CadburyBlue Diamond
CardiffBlue Diamond
EndsleighBlue Diamond
Melbicks Garden CentreBlue Diamond
NailsworthBlue Diamond
Percy ThrowersBlue Diamond
Sanders Garden CentreBlue Diamond
WeybridgeBlue Diamond
Bold HeathBritish Garden Centres
BoltonBritish Garden Centres
Carr GateBritish Garden Centres
CoventryBritish Garden Centres
LeylandBritish Garden Centres
Wolds ViewBritish Garden Centres
Heighley GateDobbies
Woodcote GreenDobbies
Hereford WellingtonEnglish Salvage Ltd
TimpeleyHarlex Property
World of Pets & LeisureHarlex Property
WellingboroughHiggins Landscape and Garden Centres
BrooksHomeleigh Garden Centre
Fair OakIn-Excess UK
LandfordIn-Excess UK
SalisburyIn-Excess UK
West ParleyIn-Excess UK
SidmouthKings Garden & Leisure
ShirleyLotus Group
SudburyPerrywood Garden Centres
Woburn SandsRochmills Group
SolihullRosebourne Ltd
Ashford BarnstapleSt John’s Garden Centre
Old BarnTates of Sussex
CodicoteTaylor Wimpey
AldridgeUKS Group
Croydon Purley WayUltratown Ltd
WindsorWates Developments Ltd


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