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Turbine Business Park, Sunderland An exciting mixed use development

breathing space


Over 700,000 sq ft

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Hybrid Units

Industrial

Distribution


of breathing space...

Hotels

Leisure

Ancillary Retail


M90

Distance to

M80 M8

M77

GLASGOW

EDINBURGH

Leeds Manchester A1

M74

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

EUROPE NEWCASTLE -UPON-TYNE SUNDERLAND

M6 A1(M)

MIDDLESBROUGH

A1(M)

LEEDS

LIVERPOOL

M62

M58

HULL

M62

M1

A1 M6

BIRMINGHAM

M40

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203

London

279

Bristol

280

Glasgow

160

Edinburgh

115

Sunderland has an excellent public transport system, being linked by the metro to Newcastle City Centre and the airport.

M11 M40 M4

M5

Birmingham

6 miles from Sunderland Port, boasting ‘quick dispatch’ of vessels and its own direct freight link to the national railway network.

A1(M)

M5

BRISTOL

15

A 20 minute drive to Newcastle International airport, with direct flights to 16 National, 20 European and another 7 International destinations, including the Middle East, North America and Africa.

M1

M4

140

Logistically, Turbine Business Park makes perfect sense. Situated adjacent to the A19 and fronting the A1231, and only 2.5 miles to the A1, it offers a direct route to both the North and the South of the UK.

M180

MANCHESTER

M5

85

...to supply a nation

A19

M6

Miles

LONDON M3

M25

M20


A184 BOLDON GOLF CLUB

A1018

A19

GEORGE WASHINGTON HOTEL, GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB

SUNDERLAND ENTERPRISE PARK

A1(M)

A1231

PEEL RETAIL PARK

65

NISSAN WAY

SUNDERLAND

A1231 WASHINGTON

A1(M)

UNIVERSITY OF SUNDERLAND

PATTINSON ROAD WEARSIDE GOLF CLUB

A19

A690 64

DOXFORD INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS PARK

63

A1018


...for your carbon footprint

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Your


Sunderland is at the forefront of developing eco-friendly strategies to protect the environment in the North East, according to a WWF report looking at the true environmental impacts of UK consumption and production. Sunderland is highlighted as an example of a local authority taking the lead in sustainable community development. With a Footprint of 5.24 global hectares per capita, Sunderland’s earth share comes up below the North East average, which at 5.31gha/cap is in itself the third lowest in the UK. (Source WWF)

Choice


NORTH SEA

NEWCASTLE - UPON - TYNE GATESHEAD TYNE & WEAR

SUNDERLAND

A19 DURHAM 5 Miles 400,000 15 Miles 1,495,000

A1

The University of Sunderland’s School of Computing & Technology is the largest ICT training facility in the UK. The University hosts 17,000 full-time undergraduates and 8,000 part-timers, as well as 2,000 postgraduates and 5,000 people on non-degree courses (www.sunderland.ac.uk). In terms of centres of excellence, the City of Sunderland College operates contact centre and IT networking academies - the latter being particularly highly respected (www.citysun.ac.uk/ website/adult/cove).

A1

3 Miles 180,000

Sunderland has a population of 280,600 (63% being of working age). The City is located at the heart of a region that is home to more than 2.5 million people.

SEAHAM

The growth of the University of Sunderland has been an important factor in embedding the knowledge economy, providing a context for the application of technology-based R&D and a prestigious learning environment for local residents and national and international students. In terms of further education (including 16-19 provision), the City of Sunderland College has 15,000 students, of whom 3,900 are full-time, 11,000 are part-time, 600 are on higher education courses and 200 are international students. The Computer Networking Academy run by the College offers certifications accredited by Microsoft, Cisco, CompTIA and Oracle. It hosts the prestigious Microsoft Regional Centre, part of the corporation’s IT Academy Program, offering Microsoft certification for career opportunities as network administrators, technical support specialists and software developers. It is also home to the Cisco Networking Academy, which provides Cisco Certified accredited qualifications up to ‘expert’ level for individuals specialising in networking for the Internet.

...for a local skilled workforce “We are delighted to be working with Wilton and Clugston on this project. Turbine Business Park, close to Nissan, represents an important investment for the City’s economic development and will provide a much-needed location for both new and expanding businesses. The new site will provide quality office and manufacturing premises creating a quality environment where companies can flourish. The continuing growth of businesses is key to the economic prosperity of the City and a facility such as this provides us with a great opportunity. This is yet another example of how the City Council works successfully in partnership with developers investing in Sunderland to meet the needs of the business community.” Thomas Hurst Chief Investment Officer, Sunderland City Council

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Sunderland is a globally-connected city that boasts the highest standard of broadband infrastructure. High capacity, cost-effective ICT solutions enable the City to meet the needs of even the most demanding business users. There has been a particular effort to ensure that key business sites are future-proofed in terms of ICT provision. This has helped to maintain Sunderland’s position as one of the top seven locations worldwide for innovative use of emerging technologies, as identified by the New York-based Intelligent Communities Forum.

Sunderland is continuing to take tremendous strides using technological innovation as the engine to drive forward development and to attract business, investment and jobs. The city’s landscape has changed hugely in recent years with the success of major developments like Doxford International Business Park, Rainton Bridge and Hylton Riverside, helping to raise the city’s profile, attract fresh investment and create new jobs. Over the past seven years (2000-06), major employers attracted to the city have brought more than 12,000 new jobs and almost £1.7 billion of investment. Sunderland was named by KPMG as one of the top five places in the UK for business, sustaining its reputation as a centre for corporate and SME business investment.

... Sunderland is well connected “Sunderland is an exceptionally good place to run a business. It is a progressive, business-friendly city and the council works closely with ONE NorthEast, the regional development agency, and Business Link North East to provide the best business support there is. Turbine Business Park is very well positioned to take advantage of all that Sunderland and the North East has to offer business. With excellent road access to all parts of the region, there is a skilled and committed workforce within easy commuting distance and there are four good universities within fifteen miles so there is a ready supply of graduates. Leighton has built a fantastic group of businesses from Sunderland selling our software products and internet services to the world with clients such as British Airways, Sage, Best Western Hotels and Tourism Australia. Sunderland and the North East are certainly open for business.” Paul Callaghan Chairman, Leighton Group


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... Indicative Masterplan

Opportunity to accommodate the following: SQ. FT.

SQ. M.

250,000

23,226

Small Industrial

75,000

6,968

Hybrid/Workshop

75,000

6,968

Large Office

85,000

7,897

B1 Small Units

100,000

9,290

Hotel/Leisure

120,000

11,149

Ancillary Retail

10,000

929

715,000

66,427

Large Industrial/Distribution

TOTAL


...by rail With over fifty Metro stations including direct links to Newcastle City Centre and Newcastle International Airport, Sunderland has one of the most sophisticated transport systems in the UK. Both Sunderland and Newcastle train stations are less than ten miles drive away. By rail, Newcastle has direct services South to London, to the South West including Birmingham, Bristol and Plymouth and to the North direct trains to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Time to

13

14

Hr.Min

Leeds

2.09

Manchester

3.11

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

0.20

Birmingham

3.49

London

3.20

Bristol

5.07

Glasgow

3.11

Edinburgh

1.56

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...by road The A1231 Sunderland Highway and A19 provide superb access to the A1M which links to all the motorway networks. London, Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Glasgow are all within a commutable distance. European destinations can be reached via Newcastle International Airport which is less than a thirty minute drive away. Sunderland Port is twenty minutes west and sails daily to numerous European destinations.

Time to

Hr.Min

Leeds

1.30

Manchester

2.30

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

0.20

Birmingham

3.30

London

4.50

Bristol

4.50

Glasgow

3.00

Edinburgh

2.40


Sanford Toronto

...by air

Agadir Luxor Monastir Sharm El Sheikh

Dubai

Flights per day

Amsterdam

5

Brussels

3

Paris

4

Dublin

2

Budapest

1

Guernsey

1

Southampton

4

London Heath

8

Berlin

1

Palma Mallorca

1

Barcelona

1

Rome

1

D端sseldorf

1

Aberdeen

5

The rapidly expanding Newcastle International Airport already flies to 20 European cities and 8 UK cities daily.

Birmingham

4

Belfast City

4

Isle of Man

1

Bristol

3

The airport has over recent years been significantly extended to accommodate increased choice and frequency of destinations with new retail and on site hotel provision.

Exeter

1

Copenhagen

2

Malaga

1

Geneva

1

Plymouth

1

Gatwick

4

Stavanger

1

Nice

1

Alicante

1

Prague

1

Belfast Int

3

Building has already begun on a 7,000 short and long stay car park, a 4 Star Ramada hotel as well as the efficient Metro system which runs up to eight trains an hour. A 20 minute drive away, Newcastle International Airport is one of the vital connections to your clients and suppliers.

Newcastle International Airport Entrance

15 16

Flights per day

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Alicante Almeria Amsterdam Antalya Barcelona Bergen Bodrum Bourgas Brussels Chambery Chania Copenhagen Corfu Dalaman Dusseldorf Faro Fuerteventura


Sunderland Port has a growing portfolio of customers in the northern region of the UK and has achieved preferred supplier status with a surprising number of household names; elsewhere their ability to compete with bigger neighbouring ports is nationally recognised. Daily European routes include Norway and Amsterdam. Turbine Business Park is a mere 6.5 miles away, providing perfect accessibility.

International Freight Ferries to the Port of Tyne or Sunderland

...by sea

Amsterdam Sweden Norway Norway

Daily Mon/Thurs Mon/Thurs Wed/Sat


...join us... Since the mid 1990’s, the City has been transformed through the development of a range of key business sectors, including automotive manufacturing and financial services, which each employ around 10,000 people. Sunderland is one of the UK’s most competitive business locations, and has been highly successful in attracting internationally-mobile inward investment. It is home to a host of world-class companies, such as Nissan, Rolls-Royce, Barclays, T-Mobile and EDF Energy. Over the past five years alone, the City has attracted more than 9,000 new jobs and investment totalling £1.5 billion.

The availability of globally-connected sites and premises and a highly skilled and adaptable workforce has been key to this success.

“One of the main reasons Nissan chose to site its UK manufacturing plant in Sunderland was the availabilty, skills and experience of the regional workforce. This decision has been repaid many times over throughout the last 23 years, and our employees continue to form the driving force behind our  plant’s success.” Danny Griffiths Personnel Director (Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK Ltd. Sunderland Plant)

“Turbine Business Park presents a prime opportunity for business development at the entrance to the City of Sunderland. It reflects the growing opportunities in Sunderland and the exciting vision of the city’s future. One NorthEast was delighted to facilitate the close working relationship between Nissan, Sunderland City Council and the developers Wilton and Clugston, to help bring about the fantastic double announcement of a new business park on part of the Nissan site, while Nissan itself progresses the expansion of its car plant. The new business park has the potential to bring more than 4,000 new jobs to the city across a wide range of industries to substantially add to Sunderland’s business stock. Its close proximity to the A19 and A1 makes Turbine Business Park an attractive location with a skilled, motivated workforce to access in the surrounding area.” Ian Williams Director of Business & Industry, One North East

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...for an air of success


BARMSTON DEVELOPMENTS An exciting mixed use development

A JOINT VENTURE BETWEEN

Business Space

Leisure Space

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breathing space

A wide range of support is available from Sunderland City Council. Contact the City Business & Investment Team for up-to-date information on how we can help. City Business & Investment Team City of Sunderland PO Box 100 Civic Centre Sunderland SR2 7DN Tel: +44 (0)191 561 1194 Fax: +44 (0)191 561 1180 Email: business.investment@sunderland.gov.uk

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