12th Octber 2018 - Eco Burslem
What is it?
Eco Burslem is an initiative developed by Burslem Regeneration Trust and partner organisations such as Port Vale Football Club and Barewall Art Gallery. We aim to bring about positive change to the Burslem area, create interest and good press, and overall make it a great place to live, work, visit and invest in.
Climate change, plastic pollution, polluted waterways, deforestation… we all know about it, but how can we help?
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19th September 2017
Burslem Open for Business - Event and Seminar
Tuesday 24th October 2017 08:30 - 12:00
See our News blog for further details, tickets and the agenda
The decision to establish or relocate your business in Burslem might be a smart move that could propel your business to the next level.
Burslem is the 'Mother Town' of Stoke-on-Trent and, as such, it:
Stoke-on-Trent is the UK's best kept secret.
Whether you plan to start a new business or to relocate an existing one, Burslem makes total sense. <read more>
Our Business Community
Our thriving business community provides significant investment, employment opportunities, expertise and support to Burslem. Business representatives contribute to and are partners of the Burslem Regeneration Trust, attending regular board meetings, providing strategic direction and working together for the benefit of Burslem. <read more>
Business Enterprise Centres
Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s Business Enterprise Centres offer meeting and conference rooms, flexible office, studio and workshop accommodation throughout the city, delivering a range of support for new businesses with evolving needs.
The Burslem centre is located opposite the picturesque Burslem Park and in walking distance to Burslem town centre.
There are 32 offices and workshops available on the ground floor and an additional 14 high quality furnished offices, complete with a small kitchen area, on the first floor.
In addition, there is ample free parking on both the Lingard Street and Moorland Road sides of the building.
Staffordshire Chambers of Commerce Magazine - Business Booming in Burslem
Known as Stoke-on-Trent’s mother town, Burslem has one foot in its proud industrial past and the other firmly in the future.
Much of the town’s nineteenth century industrial heritage, buildings and character have survived intact, reminding visitors of its rightful place at the heart of the Potteries. Over the last 10 years the people and businesses of Burslem have seen a slow, steady and concerted move towards reinstating Burslem as a place of choice for people to live, work and visit, and in doing so to contribute to the greater success of Stoke-on-Trent.