Homebase to return to Bradford after 3-year absence

Homebase to return to Bradford with a brand new store
The return and reopening in Bradford follows the opening of new Homebase stores in Cheltenham and Abingdon earlier this year.
// Homebase to return to Bradford with new store at Enterprise 5 Retail Park
// The new store will open later this year
// Homebase last had a presence in Bradford in 2018 on Harrogate Road

Homebase reopening a store in Bradford for the first time since 2018, this time in a brand new location at Enterprise 5 Retail Park.

Opening later this year on Bradford Road, the 34,500sq ft store and 10,000sq ft garden centre will offer customers the retailer’s full range of home and garden products, as well as staff with accredited training in various fields across home renovation.

The last time Homebase had a presence in Bradford was when it was located on Harrogate Road, which closed three years ago.


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The return and reopening in Bradford follows the opening of new Homebase stores in Cheltenham and Abingdon earlier this year.

The store will feature a range of products for home renovation and building, such as paint, wallpaper, furniture and home accessories, tools, hardware, flooring and tiling

Kitchens and bathrooms will also have free design consultations using 3D visualisation software available in the showroom and in the Bathstore concession.

“I’m really proud that we’re returning to Bradford and we’re looking forward to being able to help the local community transform their homes and gardens once again,” Homebase retail director Grant Anderson said.

“We know our customers are often inspired by what they see online, and when they visit our new store, they’ll find everything they need to bring these ideas to life.

“That’s where our brilliant store team will come in, to help our customers give it a go with all the products and advice they need to get the job done.”

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1 COMMENT

  1. Would love to see them return to Canterbury or even open in Deal Kent.

    The Canterbury store was well used but it’s not going to be a branch of MKM Building.

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