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About William Hammond Ltd

Our properties range in size from 80 square feet (7.42 square metres) to 4000 square feet (371.62 square metres) and are fitted to suit different requirements. On site parking is available. The layout of the works with small self contained units all with their own entrances is ideal for these times as they allow for ample social distancing.

Our units are suitable for many small businesses or for long-term secure storage. To discuss your needs and to enquire about any current or upcoming availability please contact is on 01625 572678


Family run for 5 generations


The Old Brickworks has been run by the Hammond family for 5 generations.

The current owner is Colin Hammond who has worked at the Old Brickworks for over 40 years. Colin is a font of local knowledge and has been sharing his local intel with archaeologists and historians.

The Old Brickworks

The estate used to be a brickworks with working mines, clay pits, large chimneys and kilns. For a brief history of the site and some images from its time as a brickworks please see the 'History' page. Brickmaking on site ceased in 1968 and since then we have upgraded the existing building, built new units and improved the infrastructure; laying new roads and installing streets lights and new signage to turn the Old Brickworks into a small but vibrant industrial estate.

The surroundings


Located in the small village of Pott Shrigley, at the edge of the beautiful Peak District. We are on a popular route for cyclists with steep ascents and great scenery. 

The way marked Gritstone trail, which follows the Pennine edge runs almost through the works.

This Youtube clip below shows someone cycling through the Brickworks filmed on a GoPro (credit  Simon Morton)

A vibrant local community

Many of our tenants have been with us for many years;  it has been a real pleasure to watch their businesses flourish. On the site we aim to be environmentally conscious. We have planted over 20,000 trees and dug ponds to improve biodiversity. As a result we regularly see woodpeckers, owls and swallows on site.

William Hammond are also proud to support a number of local charities and events.

We are keen to have a cafe/deli on site, maybe even a cycle cafe/bike workshop. Do contact us if you are looking to relocate.

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