• Stockton-on-Tees is located in the North East of England on the borders of North Yorkshire and County Durham.

• The quality of life is superb; with excellent infrastructure, uncongested roads and excellent access by rail and air, linking the region with the rest of the UK and Europe.

• The Tees Valley has, on average, the fastest-flowing urban traffic speeds in the UK. Take advantage of the excellent road network and travel between the North and South on both the A19 and A1(M). The West is easily accessible on the A66 or via the A1(M) to the M62. Stockton is a 40-minute drive from Newcastle, 1 hour drive from Leeds and York and just over 2 hours from Manchester, providing ease of access to other UK markets and supply chains.

• The town benefits from two railway stations; Stockton station to the north-west for local connections and Thornaby to the south which provides connections to Manchester and Liverpool via the Trans Pennine Express line and London. Both of these stations are within walking distance of Northshore.

• Stockton-on-Tees is also easily accessed by air from Durham Tees Valley, Newcastle and Manchester International airports.

• Teesport also offers the UK’s fourth largest port, handling the largest amount of outbound traffic of any port in the UK.

• Stockton-on-Tees has approximately 191,400 people within the district, with populations of approximately 1,000,000 and 2,753,000 within thirty and sixty minute drive times of the town respectively.