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Blue Diamond aiming for £300m turnover by 2023

Last month, following on from the acquisition of Mere Park, Alan Roper told GTN that he had two further acquisitions due to complete in January (one of them in Surrey) plus a scheduled refurb on an additional site in the Westcountry, which is now confirmed as Blackdown Garden Centre in Somerset.


Read the full story in the current issue of GTN below where Alan talks about his growth targets for Bue Diamond, the improvements in turnover of the centres purchased from Wyevale, his views on Little Dobbies and news of the Blue Diamond Awards for 2022.



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Huw Williams
Just shows how badly run Wyevale was. The former Wyevale senior team should be embarrassed by these results.