Stuart Works

OCCUPIERS SOUGHT FOR OFFICES WITHIN HISTORIC GLASSMAKING QUARTER

An opportunity to take on space in Black Country’s historic glassmaking quarter is being marketed by commercial agents Sellers.

The Harris Lamb-owned business has been instructed by the British Glass Foundation to let 6 The Newhouse, a 1,701 sq ft office within the famous Stuart Works, adjoining the White House Cone Museum of Glass.

Matthew Pearcey, who is overseeing the instruction, said: “Stuart Works needs no introduction and we anticipate a lot of interest from potential occupiers.

“Since its regeneration into a mixed-use development, it has retained its reputation as a hub for creativity, and that, teamed with a prominent canalside location on Camp Hill, will appeal to businesses seeking a well-appointed address with great UK access links and a rich heritage on its doorstep.”

The open-plan office is located opposite the historic Red House Cone and adjoins the new White House Cone Museum of Glass on the canalside, and includes on-site parking and communal toilet and kitchen facilities.

 The property is being let for £19,500 per annum on a new lease.

For details, contact Matthew at matthewpearcey@sellers-surveyors.co.uk.