DP Poland, the master franchise of Domino’s Pizza in Poland, is on schedule to operate an estate of 12 sites by the end of this year, after it opened its third store in the country. The company opened it third Domino’s Pizza store in Warsaw, in the modern suburb of Ursynow, yesterday. Its fourth and fifth stores are under construction and it has leases signed on a further seven stores, keeping the business on schedule to open 12 stores in 2011. Peter Shaw, chief executive of DP Poland, said: “Located just south of our first store our third store opens in a modern residential area that is home to many young professionals and families, both important audiences for us. This state of the art Domino’s Pizza store will increase the quality of pizza available in the area, together with fast delivery, providing excellent service to our customers.” The company, which opened its first store in the country earlier this year, hired Agnieszka Kaczmarek as its new head of site development in June to aide its expansion. Kaczmarek has responsibility for site identification, lease negotiation and store construction and fit-out. DP Poland raised £6.5m following its listing on AIM last year. It had a market capitalisation on admission of around £10m.