Wynyard Trade Park, Wynyard Business Park, Wynyard TS22 5TB
- Development Opportunity
- Trade Counter Units
- Within Wynyard Business Park
- High Quality Landscaped Setting
- Major Roundabout Location
The proposed development is located within Wynyard Business Park, which is a high quality landscaped mixed-use commercial development and forms part of the wider Wynyard area, which the Tees Valley. In addition, Wynyard boasts a championship golf course, historic manor hall and gardens with spa, educational facilities, and picturesque woodland walks.
The Trade Park will be situated in a prominent location with excellent visibility from the busy A19(T). Wynyard has direct access from the A689 at the interchange with the A19(T), providing dual carriageway road links north, south, east and west. The A19(T) links Sunderland and East Durham to
the north with the Tees Valley conurbation to the south. The A689 links Hartlepool to the east with 500,000.
WYNYARD BUSINESS PARK
Wynyard Business Park is one the most prestigious business locations in the Tees Valley and is home to over 60 businesses employing circa 2,000 people. The business park is a well along with leisure facilities including a gym, dentistry, and children’s day nursery. These facilities further enhance the sustainability of the wider Wynyard settlement. Majors employers on the park include Conoco Phillips, Clipper Logistics, Wood Group, Azets Accountants, Glamal Engineering, Balfour Beatty, the NHS ambulance Trust, FW Capital and further 2,000,000 sq.ft. of critical mass to the park and an additional 3,000 employees onsite. In addition, planning has been approved for a Pub/Restaurant development, as well as a 99-bed hotel.
WYNYARD GARDEN VILLAGE
The Wynyard area has recently been granted Garden Village Status with a vison to deliver an exclusive living space within a high-quality sustainable settlement, accommodating a mixture of executive housing, market housing and employment
development, as well as providing access to education, community facilities and green infrastructure for residents. Garden towns and villages are not a new concept and date back to the 19th century as a proposed greener alternative to urban slums. Today, these schemes should be delivered with the same ethos of the past, but in a 21st century context to create vibrant and diverse communities and are designed to
tackle the housing crisis by easing pressure on existing towns and cities. Locally led garden villages have enormous potential to deliver the homes that communities need. A masterplan for high quality homes and funding has already been approved and the Wynyard area will be transformed into one of the largest privately owned mixed-use developments in the country and hold the title of the largest new housing area in the north-east, with approximately 7,000 proposed homes over a 15 year
period. The garden status will allow access to a six-million-pound government fund, and new planning freedoms; new garden projects will also have access to infrastructure funding programmes across government.