Sandyford Business Development Attracts International Companies

Tunstall Arrow’s Sandyford Development

Simon Peters, Development Director (Network Space) was invited to guest speak at the Sandyford & Goldenhill Residents Association (S.A.G.E.) Public Meeting held at Goldenhill Community Centre earlier this week.

Mr Peters talked about the completion of five high quality industrial units (pictured right), and the siting of the units being convenient to the A500  (D Road) and motorway network.

The Development Director reported that 4 out of the 5 units are now let, and it is an exceptional result, adding that the strength of industrial business in Stoke is good.

At the meeting it was said that Network Space is pleased with the Construction Company (Caddick), and also adding that the development could not have happened without council support (Ceramic Valley Project), which enabled them to get funding to make it happen.

Residents were informed that the tenants who would be occupying the units are international companies coming to Sandyford which are.

Q-Railing, Anchor Tenant (Balustrade Balconies & Staircases), German Company

Pramac Generac, (Mobile Lighting Towers and Power Generators), Italian Company

Boels Rental, (Portable Machine & Tool Rental), Netherlands Company

SG Fleet/Motiva, (Vehicle Hire & Rental Group), Australian Company

Mr Peters also mentioned that another German Company is looking to move to Sandyford by leasing the last remaining unit.

Residents were also informed that there will be a phase 2 & 3 to come to the area with 15 year leases in place, adding it is great to see a former industrial site coming back into use.

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