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Bradley Hall supports Teesside International Airport

Leading full-service property firm, Bradley Hall, has collaborated with Teesside International Airport by investing in advertising across the airport site.

Tees Valley Combined Authority has made it one of their top priorities in recent years to ensure Teesside International Airport is invested in, generates growth, and has an effect on the local economy for the people of Teesside to benefit from.

Teesside International Airport has recently secured investment from firms like Willis Aviation, Draken, and 2Excel. Willis Aviation has commenced the planning process for a new aircraft maintenance facility, as well as a state-of-the-art Jet Centre. Draken plans to support the delivery of aviation training with organisations such as the UK’s Ministry of Defence which will create a further 25-30 direct jobs, while aerospace services 2Excel Aviation are offing two of their aircrafts available to be deployed anywhere in the world in the event of a major oil spill to spray dispersant material. The two planes will be based in the region after moving from Doncaster-Sheffield Airport.

The local authority has also announced that more routes for the airport have also been secured for 2023 and 2024, with huge business investments being made on the site, and the airport’s cargo handling facility now being a huge success.

Northern property firm, Bradley Hall has become the latest business to support the airport by investing in advertising across the site, including digital advertising and a large wall mural.

With nine offices stretching from Alnwick to Leeds, Bradley Hall is one of the North’s most active sales and letting agencies for commercial and residential property, boasting an annual turnover of £4.8million.

With ambitious plans to increase its turnover to over £10million in the next three to five years and increase its headcount from 58 to 120, the company’s ambitious growth plans extend across the North East, Yorkshire, and throughout Teesside.

“We are delighted to be working with Mayor Ben Houchen and the team at Teesside International Airport on this campaign,” said Lesley Parry, branch manager at Bradley Hall’s branch in Tees Valley.

“After witnessing the various investments, growth campaigns, and impact Mayor Houchen’s plans have had on the local economy of Tees Valley, partnering with Teesside International Airport on this advertising opportunity made complete sense.

“Tees Valley, under Mayor Houchen’s direction, is working hard to ensure a better future for those who inhabit the area, while investing and developing major structures and projects such as the Freeport, Teesworks, as well as the airport itself. Viewing this ambitious first hard, it made perfect sense for Bradley Hall to partner with the airport through both digital advertising and a large wall mural.”

The partnership between Bradley Hall and Teesside International Airport also marks a year since the firm opened its Tees Valley office, which has since gone on to close a number of high-profile residential deals.

“Since opening our Tees Valley office 12 months ago, we’ve been blown away by how buoyant the property market is here,” Lesley added. “It is really bucking national trends and that’s due to the significant sums being invested into the area.

“Each and every week there’s a new announcement being made of new investment and jobs and with the ongoing development of Teesworks, the relocation of hundreds of Whitehall jobs to Darlington and the redevelopment of Stockton town centre now firmly underway, there are a million and one reasons why people are investing in Teesside, and that’s a message we’re very much looking to amplify through this campaign.”

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: “It’s fantastic to have the backing of Bradley Hall not just at our airport, but in our region as a whole as they meet the demand of all the work happening here with their new Teesside office.

With progress continuing at Teesworks to secure investment and jobs for local people, hundreds of Government jobs at HM Treasury and six other departments coming to Darlington and more flights to taking off from Teesside Airport, we’re unlocking the huge potential that exists in our region.”

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