Allendale looks to populate Stocksfield hub
Agency Naylors Gavin Black has joined Bradley Hall to market a range of opportunities at the South Northumberland holding.
Landlord Allendale Estates hopes the new development at Stocksfield Hall Business Park will attract a range of occupiers and amenities including health and beauty, fitness and wellbeing, hospitality, arts and creative studio uses, independent retailers, and light Industrial.
The plan is to echo the success of South Acomb Business Park, which now has a range of office occupiers, as well as Coffee Barn and a retail offer including furniture and interiors shop, Jasmine & Lilah.
The available units, which are converted agricultural buildings, range in size from 2,000 sq ft to 14,864 sq ft, and while office use is still on the table, Allendale is encouraging other uses.
Naylors Gavin Black partner, Chris Pearson, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to be part of a new, lively business hub in Stocksfield, for residents and visitors. A similar development at Vallum Farm is now a buzzing visitor attraction and features a Michelin-starred restaurant.”
Stocksfield Hall Business Park is located just off the B6309 in Stocksfield, South Northumberland and is close to the A69, the main route between the A1(M) and Newcastle to the east, and Carlisle via Hexham to the west.
Colin Davidson, chief executive of Allendale Estates, said: “The self-contained units are perfect for SMEs looking for a scenic, rural base.
“Allendale Estates is a diverse landed estate business with interests in farming, forestry, residential and commercial property and renewables. Conservation is at the heart of what we do, and we look to promote this further in the coming years.
“The new development opportunity will complement our office facilities at Bearl Farm and South Acomb business parks which are just a short drive away.”
Lucy Mouter, commercial surveyor at joint agent Bradley Hall, added: “Bradley Hall is proud to be helping bring new businesses to this popular, rural corner of South Northumberland. We’re excited to see the changes Allendale Estates has planned for the units and the impact this development will have on the area.”