This is located on Aycliffe Business Park, the most significant employment location in County Durham, and the second largest trading estate in the North East of England. The Park benefits from immediate proximity to the A167 and is within 1.5 miles of Junction 59 of the A1(M). The property is situated on two neighbouring, but physically separated, sites. Bede House and St Cuthbert’s House are situated on a prominent corner site alongside St Cuthbert’s Way, the principal access route / estate road into Aycliffe Business Park. The buildings benefit from road frontage to two estate roads, and road access is provided from Durham Way North. Acorn House and The Courtyard are located on the western side of Durham Way North, 200 metres to the south of Bede House and St Cuthbert’s House. Aycliffe Business Park is home to a critical mass of over 250 companies, employing 8,000 people. This acts as a magnet for inward investment into the area, most recently evidenced by the decision of Hitachi Rail Europe to establish its UK train manufacturing facility within the Park. This serves to further underline the areas importance as a major employment location with strong growth prospects. Major employers at the Park include Gestamp Tallent, Husqvarna, Ebac, Permoid, Lucite, Compound Photonics, Lidl and Stiller.
The park is served by regular bus services operated by Arriva and has various site amenities including hotel and conference facilities.