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Travis Perkins is to relocate its Cheltenham-based builders' merchants branch from Gloucester Road to a new flagship site on Tewkesbury Road by October.
Travis Perkins has acquired a 34,000 sq ft unit at Kingsway North in Gateshead for its CCF building products supply business.
Travis Perkins has acquired a 29,100 sq ft unit at Quedgeley West Business Park in Gloucester for its CCF interior building products distribution business.
Travis Perkins has acquired a majority stake in The Underfloor Heating Store, the Essex-based heating systems supplier.
Travis Perkins is reported to be looking to expand its chain of 200 Toolstation branches with up to 100 new sites.
Travis Perkins is to build a new headquarters for its building materials business in Northampton, with the creation of up to 1,000 jobs.
Travis Perkins is planning to open 400 depots and expanded distribution centres in Cardiff, Coventry, Leeds, Northampton, Tilbury and Warrington, with the creation of 4,000 jobs.
Travis Perkins has acquired Rudridge, the construction materials supplier with 72 staff at four branches in Kent, Middlesex, Surrey and West Sussex, for undisclosed terms.
Travis Perkins is to set up a distribution centre at the Whitley Business Park in Coventry, with the creation of up to 300 jobs.
Travis Perkins is to relocate its Leicester-based BSS Industrial plumbing business and 150 staff to a 22,000 sq ft office at Grove Park later this year.
Travis Perkins has acquired a 109,000 sq ft warehouse at Appleton near Warrington for undisclosed terms.
Travis Perkins is to open a new distribution centre in Cardiff next year, in order to serve 94 builders' merchant branches and create up to 90 jobs.
Travis Perkins is planning to set up a 700,000 sq ft building products distribution centre at Omega North near Warrington by 2014.
Travis Perkins has acquired Solfex Energy Systems, the Preston-based supplier of renewable energy systems.
Travis Perkins is to set up a 26,700 sq ft builders' merchants in Bracknell, with space for its Toolstation, Tile Giant and City Plumbing operations.
Travis Perkins has acquired the remaining 70% stake in Toolstation, the chain of 103 tool depots, for £24m.
Travis Perkins has bought 13 Focus DIY stores out of administration for £8.4m, in order to expand its Wickes business.
Travis Perkins has agreed a lease on a 490,000 sq ft building supplies distribution centre at Brackmills DC1 in Northampton from this November.
Travis Perkins is to acquire BSS Group for £558m, creating a combined plumbing and heating supplies group with 19,000 staff.
Travis Perkins is seeking up to 40 new sites for its chain of Toolstation builders' merchants.
Travis Perkins has acquired Tile HQ, the online retailer of ceramic and stone tiles.
Travis Perkins has acquired Tile It All, the chain of 16 tile stores in the North East and Scotland, creating a combined chain of 67 outlets.
Travis Perkins is planning to expand its network of 1,166 building materials stores with up to 100 new outlets this year.
Travis Perkins is looking to sell up to 90 builders' merchants and DIY stores into a joint venture property fund, in order to finance the development of new stores.
Travis Perkins is to acquire Tile Giant, the Stoke-based chain of 29 tile stores in the North of England and the Midlands, for £12m.
Travis Perkins is to acquire seven DIY stores from Focus and Payless for £4m, in order to expand its chain of Wickes stores to 190.
Travis Perkins has acquired Passmore Drywall & Insulation, the supplier of insulation products with depots in East London, Basildon, Cannock, Christchurch and West London, for £13m.
Travis Perkins is planning to expand its chain of builders' merchants with 70 new sites this year, while its Wickes DIY chain will open fewer than ten stores.
Travis Perkins has acquired JH Walker, the York-based builders' merchant with 17 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Travis Perkins has outlined plans to expand its chain of builders' merchants from 740 to 1,200 over the next six years.
Travis Perkins is looking to expand its chain of 700 builders' merchants by spending at least £600m on acquisitions, and aims to open about 50 branches a year.
Travis Perkins has acquired B&G, the operator of 12 plumbing and heating branches in London and Surrey, for £23m.
Travis Perkins is looking to expand its chain of builders' merchants from 686 to 800 by the end of 2004, as part of an ongoing acquisition and new store opening programme.
Travis Perkins has acquired Jayhard, the Southampton-based chain of 53 plumbing and heating branches, for £26m.
Travis Perkins has acquired Commercial Ceiling Factors, the Reading-based supplier of ceilings and partitions with 20 distribution centres, for £46m.
Travis Perkins is planning to expand its chain of builders' merchants from 575 to 800 by 2006.
Travis Perkins has acquired the former FW Aylott site in Canvey for £1.4m, and will create 30 jobs and a new base for its south-eastern timber operations.
Travis Perkins has acquired City Plumbing Supplies, the nationwide network of 48 plumbing and heating branches, for £38m.
Travis Perkins is planning to expand its chain of 502 builders' merchants by investing up to £30m in the acquisition of about 40 independent businesses a year.
Travis Perkins has acquired the Brikenden builders' merchant in North Lincolnshire for undisclosed terms, and will invest £0.3m in the expansion of the site.
Travis Perkins is planning to expand its chain of builders merchants from less than 500 to 800 over the next five years.
Travis Perkins has acquired Lawford & Sons, the London-based builders merchant, for undisclosed terms.
Travis Perkins is planning to expand its network of 466 builders' merchants to about 600 outlets, in a three-year programme that will strengthen its position in specialist markets such as plumbing and heating materials.
Travis Perkins is looking to expand its chain of builders merchants by adding a further 100 over the next three years, and plans to acquire regional and family-owned businesses.
Travis Perkins is expanding its network of builders merchants to 460 through the £25m acquisition of three more regional chains in Scotland, Devon and Cumbria.
Travis Perkins is acquiring Sharpe & Fisher for £76m, in order to strengthen its chain of builders merchants in the west of England and south Wales.
Travis Perkins is to acquire Keyline, the builders' merchant, from CRH for £181m, in order to expand its business in Scotland and the north of England.
Travis Perkins is acquiring Sherry & Haycock, the Wiltshire builders merchant, for £13m.