Four acres of prominent roadside land in Stoke-on-Trent have recently been placed on the market, offering great opportunities to occupiers looking to capitalise on the region’s improving roadside sector.

Diamond Park in Fenton is a 4.5 acre parcel of land fronting Victoria Place and is suitable for a wide variety of uses, including a fast food outlet, car showroom, hotel and trade counter / industrial uses, and is available through sole agents Harris Lamb.

With design and build packages available and land sales considered, Andrew Groves of Harris Lamb’s Stoke office said that the site offers great potential to companies wanting to benefit from the high profile road frontage and great access to the local road network.

“This is a prime roadside location accessed from the A50 dual carriageway or King Street within close proximity to Junction 15 of the M6 accessed via the A50 dual carriageway just 400 metres to the south. It is adjacent to KFC, JTF Wholesale Cash & Carry, and a plot earmarked for future hotel development,” he said.

“The wider area has seen a significant amount of development in recent years, including the new Phoenix Park Retail Park which attracted a range of national retailers including Pets At Home, Smyths Toys, PC World and a Marston’s pub.

“Diamond Park will suit a wide variety of occupiers, such as fast food outlets and hotels, through to the automotive sector for car showrooms, tyre and exhaust centres, as well as general industrial uses. We already have some strong interest in the site from trade counter occupiers attracted to the site due to its convenient location and excellent road frontage” said Andrew.

Interested parties should contact Harris Lamb on 01782 272555.