How to get here

Stoke-on-Trent is located at the centre of an important north-south, east-west gateway providing easy access to the wider region and the UK.

The M6, M6 toll and the M1 via the M42 are all easily accessed, there are three airports within an hour’s drive time (Manchester, Birmingham & East Midlands) and you can be in London in 90 minutes on the train, with two trains every hour, as well as Manchester in 40 minutes and Birmingham in 50 minutes.

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Smithfield Multi-storey Car Park

Enjoy everything Smithfield has to offer with the peace of mind that your vehicle is nearby and secure. Stoke’s newest parking facility features 730 spaces, including 12 electric vehicle charging points.

An additional 32 disabled bays are available, alongside a car servicing machine and space for 36 motorcycle bays. Those coming to the area by bicycle can make use of one of the 120 bike spaces, with 10 secure lockers and a bike servicing tool.

Secured by over 100 internal CCTV cameras, access to the car park is via automatic number plate recognition systems on entry and exit.


We are creating a community

Smithfield is located in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent city centre.

Adjacent to the new transport interchange and the ring road, Smithfield is easily accessed from all parts of the city and further afield.

Also being within two minutes walk of the main pedestrianised shopping area, Smithfield is located to benefit from all the city centre amenities.

Things to Do
Events at Smithfield


With a long heritage of creative industries, most notably the pottery and ceramics which define swathes of Stoke-on-Trent culture, the city offers a great lifestyle to people from all backgrounds.

Well-connected to other conurbations and large cities, Stoke-on-Trent benefits from being an intersection for business, industry, and commercial opportunities – with plenty of options for play too!


Stoke-on-Trent has some of the UK’s most beautiful scenery in the Staffordshire Peak District, Cannock Chase and the National Forest.

With 75% of available space in the form of agricultural land, it’s one of the UK’s ‘greenest’ counties.


There are nine main higher and further education institutions in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire including two universities at Keele and Stoke.

Other universities nearby include Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham and Warwick.

Facts and Figures

5 miles

drive to Junction 15
of the M6 motorway


Universities voted within
Top 5 StudentCrowd Awards 2022


salary growth per year
between 2021 and 2022