Tunstall Arrow – CVEZ


Site Description: Tunstall Arrow is a multi-use development site close to Tunstall Town Centre. Located on both sides of the A527 James Brindley Way, it links directly to the A500 giving immediate access to the M6 motorway and overlooks the A50. Phase 1 of the development extends to 10.4 acres (4.2 hectares) of cleared land with outline planning permission for B1, B2 & B8 and roadside use to include motor dealerships, with potential for food retail and leisure. Phase 2 of the site extends to 8.72 acres (3.52 hectares) with capacity for a wide variety of employment uses. The site is part of the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone which offers Business Rate Relief.

Overall developable land: 8.8 hectares (21.7 acres) gross

Planning use: B1, B2 and B8

Planning authority: Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Developer: Network Space

Major local companies: Churchill China, Dudsons, Steelite

Workforce: 357,294 within a thirty minute drive-time

SatNav: ST6 5PD


Birmingham 48 miles (77km)
London 158 miles (254km)
Manchester 45 miles (72km)
Sheffield 57 miles (91km)
Folkestone 242 miles (387km)
Harwich 212 miles (339km)
Hull 130 miles (208km)
Southampton 190 miles (307km)
Birmingham International 57 miles (91km)
Manchester International 39 miles (62km)
East Midlands 44 miles (73km)
M1 (Junction 23a) 48 miles (77km)
M6 (Junction 15) 4A miles (6km)

Speculative Development At Stoke-on-Trent Enterprise Zone

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Network Space, the developer of the Tunstall Arrow site in Stoke-on-Trent has signed a deal with Caddick Construction to build five units totaling 125,000 sq. ft.

The scheme, part of the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone, has one pre-let with Q-railing taking 40,000 sq. ft.

Cllr Abi Brown, the city council’s deputy leader and chair of the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone Board, said: “The potential across the six sites is huge and we have active interest in each and every one of them from businesses and organisations which we are working on and looking to progress.

“The plans for Tunstall Arrow, which involve five employment units, will bring hundreds of jobs to the area and completely regenerate the site.”

Stephen Barnes, managing director of development at Network Space, said: “It’s really exciting to have committed to delivering a scheme of this scale which has been so carefully designed and specified.

“We are confident that Tunstall Arrow will be attractive to the occupier market, so little new space has been delivered over the last 10 years and none of this scale or quality.”


Network Space Receives Planning Consent for Tunstall Arrow Stoke-on-Trent

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CGI of the proposed Tunstall Arrow phase 1A development

Network Space, the industrial property investor and developer, has secured detailed planning consent for phase one of its Tunstall Arrow site in Stoke-on-Trent.A The consent includes detailed plans for 5 new industrial units including a 44,000 sq ft warehouse, production and showroom facility for innovative high grade railing and balustrade systems provider Q-railing, alongside a further 85,000 sq ft of high quality industrial workspace accommodation.

The site, acquired in 2013 forms part of the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone and Network Space is working in partnership with the EZ team to ensure that this strategic employment scheme is one of the first new developments to be brought forward following the EZ announcement in November 2015. It is expected that works will commence in summer 2017 with the delivery of the 44,000 sq ft Q-railing unit alongside 4 speculative units comprising a 10,000 sq ft unit, two 20,000 sq ft units and a 35,000 sq ft unit.

Stephen Barnes, Managing Director of Development at Network Space said aThis consent is a key milestone in the delivery of this important scheme. We continue to work very closely with the City Council and the EZ team to ensure that the scheme can be delivered as quickly as possible.A This is especially important as so little new space has been brought forward in recent years. Our agents, Mounsey Surveyors, are already reporting very keen interest in the speculative units.a

Cllr Abi Brown, the city councilas deputy leader and chair of the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone Board, said: aA new planning consent for good quality business space in the Ceramic Value Enterprise Zone once again illustrates that demand for business growth is strong in Stoke-on-Trent. We welcome Network Spaceas confidence to build these industrial units and will continue to work hard to promote the site to potential inward investors and expanding local businesses. We calculate that when completed, the industrial units could accommodate over 250 new jobs.a

Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire Local Enterprise Partnership chairman David Frost CBE said: aWe are delighted to see this kind of development taking shape in Ceramic Valley, creating jobs and growth for the future. aThe six strategic sites in the Enterprise Zone are attracting significant interest. We have the advantage of a great location at the centre of England and we are actively promoting all the excellent development opportunities throughout Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.a

Bruce Bradshaw, General Manager of Q-Railing: aThe granting of planning permission represents a significant step milestone. We look forward to seeing work starting on site soon on this important development for the company.

Tunstall Arrow is a 28 acre employment site situated in the north of Stoke-on-Trent and very well located for access from the A500 and M6 Junction 16. It is accessed directly off James Brindley Way, the recently constructed Tunstall town centre by-pass, and phase one will deliver 5 units ranging from 10,000 sq ft to 44,000 sq ft.

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