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Chaloner Group, the North East regeneration specialist, has unveiled plans for a new urban living development in the heart of Middlesbrough, which, subject to planning, will create 131 high quality apartments in the town centre.
Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park (TeesAMP) has been shortlisted for Commercial Development of the Year in the North East Property Awards.
Business start-up Press On Vinyl Production is the latest company to secure keys to a new unit at Middlesbrough’s Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park (TeesAMP).
TeesAMP, the landmark £55m advanced manufacturing Business Park adjacent to Riverside Park industrial development on the banks of the River Tees, has welcomed its latest occupants, Durata.
One of Teesside’s most successful property developers has taken the opportunity in between business operations during the pandemic to support a local education programme for children in East Middlesbrough.
Chaloner Group, one of the UK’s leading regeneration specialists, has achieved practical completion on the prestigious Tees Advanced Manufacturing Park (TeesAMP).
Longstanding Tees Valley-based property developer Geoff Hogg has launched Chaloner Group to further expand his development footprint across the UK.
See our timelapse video on how the new development down at Tees AMP is coming along.
Business Secretary Greg Clark broke ground on trailblazing TeesAMP as first tenant to sign up is announced :: Scheme will bring 1,000 quality jobs
ARCHITECTS are shaping the factories of the future on the multi-million pound park that is set to bring hundreds of jobs to the Tees Valley.
A CONTRACTOR has been appointed to take TeesAMP Advanced Manufacturing Park in Middlesbrough from blueprint to reality.
PLANS to develop a multi-million pound advanced manufacturing park in the Tees Valley have taken another step forward.
THE TEAM behind the forthcoming TeesAMP advanced manufacturing park has been chosen.
FOOD WASTE will be turned into power for the next generation of Tees Valley manufacturers, thanks to a key planning approval.
DIGGERS rolled on site – watched by the Business Secretary Greg Clark – to begin work on a transformational scheme set to bring 1,000 high quality manufacturing jobs to the Tees Valley.