Pod Park Blyth: Plans for shipping container village for Northumberland
18th June 2020 Northumberland Gazette
A bid to create a shipping-container village in Blyth Marketplace has been lodged with Northumberland County Council.
Pod Park launches Pod@Home
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Blyth Market: Pod Park is coming to town!
10th June 2020 South Beach Radio
Blyth Marketplace is set to be hit with a revolutionary idea that will undoubtedly change the outlook of our town. Pod Park is a relatively new company that was founded in 2018. They specialise in up-cycling used shipping containers that can be used to create a concept of affordable business centres, which will be found up and down the country.
Pod Park launches Pod Community
We launched Pod Community- great if you are starting a business, in business or simply have an idea. Sign up for free to the Pod Park Community- free resources, training, access to mentors, everything you need to start a business with our support along the way
New details unveiled about £20m North Tyneside container park plans
7th April 2020 Chronicle Live
The developer claims that the park will turn the North East into a “business factory”. The latest stage of plans for a £20m Tyneside container park have been lodged with the council.
North Tyneside container park given green light bringing hundreds of job to the area
3rd September 2019 Chronicle Live
Hundreds of jobs are on the way to North Tyneside as plans for a £20m container park were given the green light this morning.
Pod Park grows their list of mentors
Our Mentor programme will offer our guidance and support from concept to expansion, giving direction in all areas of business. Pod Park is not just about providing an exciting environment with which to work in, but more about providing the right environment to be successful.
See plans for Crate Park: the latest shipping container village set to take the North East by storm
31st December 2018 Chronicle Live
Developers have launched plans to create a £20m shipping container business park in North Tyneside with the potential to create up to 800 jobs. Crate Park at Cobalt, North Tyneside, is set to become the first of several incubator business parks around the UK designed to provide a springboard for SMEs wanting to launch their businesses on the high street.
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