The site is situated on Williamson Street linking onto the A50 which is a busy arterial road.
The site is situated on Williamson Street linking into the A50. The A50 benefits from a busy arterial road running through the heart of Tunstall. The site benefits from a prominent position and has excellent visuals.
Industrial / warehouse unit
The subject property is situated on Birrell Street in Fenton, a popular industrial location in close proximity to the A50/A500 dual carriageway intersection in Stoke-on-Trent. Junctions 15 and 16 of the M6 Motorway, serving Birmingham to the south and Manchester to the north, are approximately 3.5 miles and 10.5 miles distant respectively. Surrounding occupiers include Barkers Engineering, Scott Timber and Prince International Corporation.
The property comprises a modern, detached industrial/distribution building of steel portal frame construction beneath a multi-pitched, steel profile clad roof surface incorporating sky lights. Internally the building comprises a warehouse with integral office and staff welfare accommodation, briefly benefitting from the following specification: • Seven surface level roller shutter doors; • 6.95 meter eaves height (6.14 meters to the underside of the portal haunch); • Two-storey office and staff welfare facilities including a canteen; • Full site and building circulation; • Secure site area of approximately 5.108 acres; • Large surfaced car park.
The Chatterley Valley site is 4 miles northwest of Stoke-on-Trent and sits adjacent to the A500, less than a ten minute drive from
Land at Peacock Hay Road, Stoke, just 10 minutes from both Junctions 15 and 16 of the M6.
Chatterley Valley benefits from a current live rail siding which connects directly to the West Coast Mainline. This siding is in good condition and requires only minimal reinstatement works to bring to operational standard. Crucially, the site also benefits from having outline planning permission for 860,000 sq. ft of B2/B8 employment space. It has also recently been granted Enterprise Zone status from the Government as part of Staffordshire’s ‘Ceramic Valley’, meaning any future occupier can benefit from Business Rate Relief and enjoys the full backing of the Stoke & Staffordshire LEP.
Prologis Park in Sideway 108,511 sq ft industrial warehouse unit with detailed planning and completed infrastructure
Situated only 2 miles from Junction 15 of the M6, Sideway is an excellent location which will set new benchmarks for sustainable development. Staffordshire is becoming an increasingly attractive location for investment in which Prologis has developed in excess of 1.3 million sq ft for occupiers including Marks and Spencer, Dunelm and Gap.
Warehouse 102,936 sq ft Steel portal frame construction 2 Storey office, 5,575 sq ft 25 trailer spaces (4 spaces within area of potential fuel island & vehicle wash) 2 Level Access Doors 12 Dock Levellers 135 car parking spaces (7 accessible/7 car share/2 car charging points) Eaves height 11m Yard depth - 35m, Two yards
21 acres for distribution/industrial Build-to-Suit opportunities from 100,000 to 462,000 SF (9,290 - 42,921 sq m)
The site is adjacent to the A50 on the south eastern fringes of Stoke-on-Trent, providing links to Junction 15 of the M6 to the west and Junction 24 of the M1 to the east.
In an established commercial location, Stoke Distribution Centre extends to 21 acres suitable for B1, B2 and B8 uses. Detailed planning consent exists for a single 462,000 SF distribution unit with build-to-suit options available in a range of unit sizes.