UK-based Caddick Construction is set to deliver the £9.5m Phase II of Tunstall Arrow scheme in the UK for commercial real estate developer Network Space.
The £11m Tunstall Arrow industrial development project is being built on a 28-acre former colliery site that adjoins the A527 (James Brindley Way) in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent.
Expected to create another 200 jobs, the second phase of the Tunstall Arrow development will see the construction of additional 109,250ft2 of industrial workspace on the 8-acre plot.
Planned to be completed in 2022, the second phase of the Tunstall Arrow scheme will comprise five detached, self-contained, units which range from 13,000 up to 30,000ft2 in size.
The first phase of the scheme involved five detached industrial units with size ranging from 10,208ft2 to 43,500ft2.
Caddick said it has started construction on site in November 2021. Planning approval for Phase II of Tunstall Arrow scheme was secured in the same year.
Network Space development director Simon Peters said: “We are delighted to have appointed Caddick Construction and to see work start on site. Phase Two will build on the success of Tunstall Arrow Phase One which has enjoyed full occupancy since opening.
“Tunstall Arrow will attract further inward investment and secure hundreds of new jobs for the Stoke-on-Trent.”
Caddick and Network Space are currently working on the £15m Spitfire Court in Triumph Business Park, Speke.
Planned to be completed by early 2022, this project will deliver 12 Grade A industrial units that range from 3,000 to 34,000ft2 in size.
The first phase of the scheme involved five detached industrial units. Credit: Hands off my tags! Michael Gaida from Pixabay.