Consignia Customer Management Ltd, a subsidiary of Consignia plc, has taken occupation of the 3,902 sq m (42,000 sq ft) call centre constructed on
programme at Etruria Valley, Festival Park, Stoke-on-Trent, by Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration Ltd, the joint venture vehicle between St Modwen
Properties PLC and Stoke City Council.
The £5.9 million deal has brought another 350 jobs to the 310-acre Festival Park site which so far has created employment for more than 3,500 people and
provided more than 74,320 sq m (800,000 sq ft) of commercial development together with the four-star Moat House Hotel, multi-screen cinema and Water
Euan Lindsay of Stoke-on-Trent Regeneration, said: “This deal further demonstrates that we are successfully fulfilling our objectives of bringing
forward redundant sites for regeneration for the benefit of the whole area. “In the past 18 months we have completed 13,192 sq m (142,000 sq ft) of new
commercial accommodation at Etruria Valley.”
Stuart Mair, of Insignia Richard Ellis, joint agents with Daniel & Hulme, said: “Consignia’s decision to come to Festival Park emphasises the
strategic importance of the location, particularly for office and call centre occupiers. Enquiries remain strong for new high quality office
developments in Stoke.”
For further information contact Euan Lindsay of St Modwen (01782 281844).
Issued by Paul Raymer of Howle Chapman Raymer (0121-236-7771).