The Vision

The Site

The Development

The Burton Gateway site has outline planning consent for up to 1 million sq ft (92,903 sq m) of commercial business space.

Commercial units are available on either a freehold or leasehold basis for a range of unit sizes up to 420,000 sq ft (39,019 sq m) in a single building. The site is suitable for B2 and B8 occupiers.

Major local occupiers include: Coors, Pirelli, Unilever, Holland & Barrett,
Boots, Argos and Toyota.

Key Attributes

  • 50 Acre (25.9 hectare) Industrial / Distribution Business Park
  • Outline planning permission for up to 1 million sq ft (92,903 sq m)
  • Individual units up to 420,000 sq ft (39,019 sq m)
  • Prominent site providing direct access onto the A38

Estate Infrastructure

The development will benefi t from new highways infrastructure, creating serviced plots ready for development.

There will be a new bus route designated to the site linking to Burton-upon-Trent town centre.


Workforce: 141,928 (within a 30-minute drive-time)



Office Space

Labour Profile

Population of working age (within a 10, 20 and 30 minute drive time):

Male Female Male and Female
16-29 30-44 45-64 Total 16-64 16-29 30-44 45-59 Total 16-59 Total working age
10 minutes
4,439 4,918 5,427 14,784 4,301 4,961 4,056 13,318 28,102
20 minutes
11,583 14,384 17,125 43,092 11,057 14,629 12,990 38,676 81,768
30 minutes
19,194 24,668 30,611 74,473 18,424 25,522 23,509 67,455 141,928


Working Population

(Average Annual Wages - Offi ce for National Statistics):

Average earnings in the GB £26,941
Average earnings in London £31,881
Average earnings in West Midlands £25,116
Average earnings in Staffordshire £26,811
Average earnings in East Staffordshire £25,532

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Assisted Areas

Burton Gateway is located within an area now designated as a UK Government Assisted Area from 2014-2020. Assisted Areas are regional locations where additional fi nancial support from the government can be offered to undertakings, typically businesses, under European Commission state aid rules.

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Source: Make it Stoke-on-Trent, East Staffordshire Borough Council and Offi ce for National Statistics.