Major Projects

  1. Transforming the former coal-fired power station site into a sustainable and innovative, mixed-use neighbourhood, including 2,300 new low carbon homes, a low carbon Academy school, 5 hectares of employment space and a new 25 hectare country park alongside the River Trent.
  2. Eastgate scheme in Stafford
    Millions of pounds is being invested in the county town through various developments as it continues to prosper and grow.
  3. The vision and masterplan for the station and wider Stoke ‘square mile’ pave the way to maximising the opportunities for residents, businesses, visitors and students to connect to the Core Cities of London, Birmingham and Manchester via the services that operate to and from Stoke directly.
  4. In March 2021, Capital&Centric announced plans for the exciting new Urban Quarter in Stoke-on-Trent next to the main train station. The plans will involve a transformation of the city centre site, with around 180 new homes, a 150-bed hotel, 25,000 sq ft of workspaces and 10,000 sq ft of retail and leisure space.
  5. Aerial view of the proposed Stafford Gateway project
    A £500 million scheme that could see a hotel, top of the range office space, and new homes in Stafford.
  6. The i54 South Staffordshire development site expansion will provide an additional 24 hectares (60 acres) of land which will accommodate up to 100,000m2 of industrial employment floor space.
  7. Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone (CVEZ)
    Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone is one of the most successful in the UK, at the very heart of Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire's continuing economic growth, driving the area's already enviable reputation as a major centre of manufacturing know-how. Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone comprises 6 key sites totaling 140 hectares along the strategic A500 corridor in the heart of the city of Stoke-on-Trent.
  8. Spode is coming back to life and is now home to almost 50 artists’ studios, a 26-room hotel that is fully occupied most nights, a popular café and a revamped and extended visitor centre. The China Halls, a vast space which acted as the factory’s main production area where 250 people would once work, is now being used as a unique venue for private events.
  9. Building modern working environments
  10. Part map of the Cold Meece Garden Settlement
    There is the potential to create a major new garden settlement on land, including that owned by the Ministry of Defence, at a site North West of Stone on the back of HS2.
  11. The employment land at Branston Locks, Quintus
    The Branston Locks development, which is to the south west of Burton-upon-Trent, will see 400 acres of land immediately west of the A38 developed with 2,500 new homes, a range of community facilities and a 50-acre employment site.