Come along to Portrack Lane Shops today and find a whole host of national and independent retailers. Portrack is a popular shopping quarter located in Stockton-on-Tees, North East England.
Home to independent retailers such Pets Mania, Michael O’Connor Furniture, Franks Factory Flooring and many more.
The lane is also home to national retailers such Dreams Beds, ASDA Portrack, B&Q Stockton, Harvey’s Furniture, Wickes, Oak Land Furniture and more! It really is the perfect location for the modern day British consumer.
Portrack Lane Shop Directory
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Looking for details about Arco Stockton-on-Tees? This outlet is now based at Portrack Trade Park just off Portrack Lane. This outlet is open six days a week, find out the telephone number, address details and opening hours now!
Facilities at ASDA Stockton include free Car Parking, Cash Machines, Customer WC, Cafe and Recycling. This ASDA superstore is open seven days a week! With lots of products available to purchase, there’s something for everyone.
B&M is one of UK’s fastest growing variety retailers, they believe in selling Big Brands at Sensational Prices. This branch is open 7 days a week, find out the telephone number, address and opening hours now.
Shop for everything you need to complete your home and garden project. At this branch you’ll find 1 hour Click & Collect, a design consultation service – for kitchens & bathrooms. There’s also kitchen, bathroom and bedroom showroom displays.
Bensons for Beds buy beds at the lowest prices from famous brands such as Slumberland, Silentnight, Sealy, iGel, Sleepmasters, Sensaform and Tempur. Find out the latest opening hours, phone number and more!
If you’ve decided that your home is in need of some rejuvenation, make Dunelm your first stop. As one of the leading furniture stores in Stockton-On-Tees, Dunelm match quality with quantity to offer an unrivalled selection of homewares. This outlet is open seven days a week, with easy and simple parking right outside the front door!
Furniture Village offers great value furniture for the lounge, bedroom, dining room and kitchen. Visit this store today and find a product which will be ideal for your home!
GO Outdoors Stockton is the only UK outdoor retailer to offer good, better and best choices from a £10 walking shoe to a £900 air tent. It’s what their customers expect from an Aladdin’s cave of outdoor gear.
With 300+ autocentres, Halfords are one of the UK’s leading MOT, servicing, brake, repair and tyre specialists. Book online today for quality, trusted service. Open seven days a week.
Looking for a Harveys Furniture in Stockton-on-Tees on Portrack Lane? Harveys Furniture is a national British retail chain, specialising in living room and dining room furniture.
HSL have spent more than 50 years learning everything they can about making people comfortable. Their experience has taught them about the different sizes, shapes and needs of their customers.
Linthorpe Beds Portrack Lane in Stockton-on-Tees have built their business on the customer service they provide for their customers. This store is open seven days a week.
Magnet is the UK’s biggest and most experienced kitchen specialist, bringing you the widest choice of quality kitchens supported by the best possible customer service. This branch is open seven days a week.
Searching for a Mcdonalds Portrack Lane in Stockton-on-Tees? The McDonald’s Corporation is the world’s largest chain of hamburger fast food restaurants.
Oak Furniture Land Stockton is a national retailer which has a lovely showroom, on Portrack Lane, Stockton-on-Tees. With a head office in Wiltshire and 75 stores throughout the UK.
With lots of fantastic products, the Plumb Centre makes it easy for you to get exactly what you want. With a wide range of delivery options, this gives you choice of speed, convenience and cost.
Portakabin are a national Modular Building innovator company, who have been operating for more than 50 years, employing more than 1,600 people.
Screwfix is the UK’s largest multi-channel supplier of Trade Tools, Plumbing, Electrical, Bathrooms and Kitchens. With over 30 years’ experience in the industry
Are you looking for SCS Stockton-on-Tees on Portrack Lane? At ScS Sofas, they offer great sofas at great prices and with interest free credit available
Are you looking for Smyths Toys Stockton-on-Tees on Portrack Lane? Smyths Toys is a leading provider of children’s entertainment products with 80 stores throughout the UK and Ireland.
Subway has been based on Portrack Lane, Collectables Retail Park since 2015. This American fast food restaurant primarily sells submarine sandwiches (subs) and salads.
Everything for your home, leisure, and garden – at The Range. Furniture, bedding, toys, hobbies, crafts and more.
Tile Giant Stockton is a national retailer based on Portrack Lane. Tile Giant was established in 2003 and after an early period of growth was acquired by Travis Perkins in late 2007.
For the last 50 years Topps Tiles have had a simple philosophy for business, providing an inspirational shopping experience and unrivalled product range authority, coupled with exceptional convenience.
Offering a lot more than tools; electrical, plumbing, screws, fixings, trade essentials and top brands make up just some of the 11,000+ stock products in the catalogue and are stocked in each branch and available online.
Wickes as we recognise it today, really started in the 1950s American property boom, with the creation of a one-stop-shop, selling builders a full range of construction products at prices often lower than local yards and merchants.
Searching for Portrack Lane Shops in Stockton-on-Tees?
Portrack Lane Retail Park has fantastic transport links to the wider Teesside region, it’s easily accessible from the A19 flyover (Junction A1046) which connects the area to the North and the South. This means it has the major urban regions of Billingham, Hartlepool, Durham, Sunderland and Newcastle to the north. With Thirsk, York and Leeds to the south.
The shops are well supported locally with fantastic transport links from Stockton Town Centre, Middlesbrough Bus station across the Newport Bridge and to nearby towns such as Darlington, Billingham, Redcar, Norton and Thornaby.
If you’re in the market for a new piece of furniture or home improvements such as DIY, then Portrack Lane will certainly have something for you. There are lots of Bed shops and DIY centric stores. Featuring sofa’s, carpets, beds, curtains and more. This makes the area a fantastic modern retail environment, which can be enjoyed by the whole family.
After you’ve finished shopping there’s even several places to eat such as McDonalds and Subway. For the kids you will find exciting leisure activities such as Portrack Lane Go Karting, Clip n Climb, Fun Shack, Pet Mania Stockton and Jump 360.
Even though the area is a modern built up retail location it wasn’t always this way. Originally there was a cricket ground located on the site, the first match to be played there was in 1839. This featured an All England team against Stockton. From there the ground grew in importance and it staged two other first glass matches. The first one was in 1858 when a team made up of players from Durham and Yorkshire played against Nottingham. The final first class test match was in 1861 when Stockton with the help of Yorkshire played Cambridgeshire. Unfortunately there are no remains of the cricket ground located in the immediate area.
Since the turn of the century the region featured heavily for the industrial facilities located by the banks of the river tees. This included heavy industralised warehousing and a ready-made population living nearby. After World War 2, the area came more to prominence as a shopping district. This was helped with the mass consumption of the motorcar and the decline in the industry around the river tees.
With lots of large warehousing being empty, the area became a mecca for consumers and started featuring both independent and national retailers. The most famous is arguably Dickens that was a popular DIY superstore during the 70s, 80s and 90s. The company became so well known they even sponsored Middlesbrough Football Club.
As the years have gone by, the area has continued to expand and develop into the thriving location it is today.