Many high profile brands and businesses have lodged plans to open new stores in a North East shopping centre this year.

Retailers such as Lush and B&M have both opened new locations at Teesside Park in Thornaby in 2023, while other big names are set to come to the site in 2024.

Meanwhile, giant retailer Primark has put forward more plans for their potential location at Unit 11 in the retail park.

A proposal to erect a canopy above an existing side door was submitted to Stockton Borough Council (SBC) for the site on Christmas Day (December 25).

Wagamama opened its branch at on December 4 bringing 70 new jobs to the area.

We have compiled a full list of all the businesses which could be coming to the popular retail and leisure park in the future.

This article will be regularly updated with more businesses coming to the site.

Here are some of the businesses looking to come to Teesside Park:

  • Sports Direct
  • GAME
  • Evans Cycles
  • Flannels

Frasers Group, who is involved with Teesside Park, near Stockton and Middlesbrough, revealed in August that two new leases have been signed at the shopping centre - which will see big moves for four individual retailers. 

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Under the plans, Sports Direct will double in size to 40,000sq ft and feature both a GAME and Evans Cycles, alongside a 20,000sq ft FLANNELS that will open following a comprehensive refurbishment of the existing Sports Direct space.

  • MenKind - Retailer Menkind has announced that it is in discussions to relocate its current store on Teesside Park into a bigger and better shop. It has closed its branch that was located next to USC.
  • Primark - A proposal to erect a canopy above an existing side door is the latest application to be submitted to Stockton Borough Council (SBC) for Unit 11 at Teesside Park in Thornaby on Christmas Day (December 25).
  • Ninja Warrior - Ninja Warrior are in talks to take over the site of the vacant former Rainbow Casino which closed in 2016.