By Craig Zammit
SYDNEY: Domayne has announced it plans to open a new store in the Sydney suburb of Castle Hill – the retailer’s twelfth store in New South Wales and seventeenth nationally.
The Castle Hill store, set to open on 16 August, will join existing retailers Bing Lee, Harvey Norman, Strathfield, Retravision, Good Guys and JB Hi-Fi in the Castle Hill area, further escalating competition in Sydney’s growing northwest.
Domayne general manager, Rodney Orrock, was not available to comment today on the new store.
The Castle Hill store will come online during a time of reshuffling at Domayne, with four changes to the group’s retail franchisee arrangements in Sydney announced in recent weeks.
The retailer has announced that Grant Hilpern will take over as electrical franchisee at the flagship Alexandria store.
Tim Williams will take the reigns at North Ryde; Chris Raju at the Belrose store in the new Homemaker Super Centa and Kieran Moon will head up all things electrical at the Caringbah store.