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200 Scotia Road, home to 10 new trade counter and warehouse industrial units, has been created on the former Dudson pottery site in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent.

Open day to promote what new industrial estate 200 Scotia Road has to offer

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Businesses are being welcomed to take a tour of the newly developed industrial estate at 200 Scotia Road in Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. 

The former Dudson pottery factory has been transformed following extensive refurbishment works. The scheme completed in February 2024 and is home to seven trade counter units and three warehouse industrial units.  

Vengrove, the owner and developer of the estate, commented: “We are delighted to open the doors of 200 Scotia Road to the local community after an exciting, and at times challenging, year of construction works.  

“The local area has long been in need of good quality, refurbished stock and we hope that we can continue to support local businesses with their real estate requirements. The flexibility of the units available offer many and varied opportunities for a range of fit-outs and we invite businesses to take a tour to see for themselves.” 

The local leasing agents, Harris Lamb and Mounsey Surveyors, are hosting an open morning on Thursday 18th July to give businesses the opportunity to explore the site and what it has to offer. The estate has seen strong interest already, with one tenant already in occupation and three further units under offer. Businesses are invited to not miss out on being part of this exciting new scheme. 

The open morning will run on a drop-in basis between 8am and 11:30am and agents will be offering tours of the estate and are on hand to answer any queries. 

If you can’t make the open day or can’t wait that long, take a sneak peek at the scheme in the video below: 

For more information about the development or to book a viewing, please contact joint agents Harris Lamb and Mounsey Surveyors

Hayley Johnson

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