A planning application has been submitted for the second phase of the Tunstall Arrow development, this will ultimately provide 100,000 sq ft of industrial workspace on an 8 acre plot.
Tunstall Arrow is a 28 acre former colliery site adjoining the A527 (James Brindley Way) in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent which was acquired by Network Space in 2013. The site is within close proximity of the A500, providing access to Junction 16 of the M6 within minutes.
This second phase will provide five detached, self-contained units ranging from 13,000 to 30,000 sq ft. Subject to planning approval, development will commence in 2021.
It follows the successful furst phase which completed in August 2018. This is now home to Q-Railing, Boels Rental, Premac-Generac UK, DHL Express and SG Fleet Solutions.
Tunstall Arrow is being developed in partnership with Stoke-on-Trent City Council, with grant funding coming from the Ceramic Valley Enterprise Zone Development Fund. The Ceramic Valley is one of 48 enterprise zones across the UK and has the potential to create up to 6,700 jobs. The zone covers 3.3 million sq ft of commercial space across six key sites along the A500 corridor.