Talasey Group has moved to a larger site with “amazing facilities” in Scunthorpe as a platform for further growth and expansion of the business, an independent supplier of landscaping solutions in the UK.
Strong and consistent sales growth over the last few years had meant that the company outgrew its former site near Doncaster necessitating a move to the new 4-acre site at St Vincent House on Normanby Road in Scunthorpe.
The site can easily accommodate the company’s increasing headcount but can also support the company’s ambitions in making the venue a UK centre of excellence for the landscaping industry.
Talasey has put its customers, suppliers and visitors first in terms of all the facilities that the new site has to offer. As well as having plenty of workspace for its team, St VincentHouse also has conference facilities – including a room that can comfortably seat more than 70 people, entertaining spaces and even nine en-suite rooms for visitors staying overnight. The site also comprises of around 1.5 acres of mature landscaped gardens that show case the company’s wide portfolio of products.
Speaking about the move, the company’s founder and CEO Mark Wall said: “We have very fond memories of the site in Doncaster because that’s where our business – which started as Natural Paving Products (UK) Ltd and evolved into Talasey Group – became established as a supplier of quality, ethically sourced natural stone landscaping products.
“The business has grown significantly, and we needed a site that could not only accommodate the next stage of our development but also be somewhere where we could realise wider ambitions – both for our business and for making a positive contribution to our industry.
“As part of our move to the new site, we had a vision that St Vincent House would be an amazing space that all of our customers can use for business meetings, training and development – or even to send their customers to us to look around the display areas. I’m very proud that everyone at the Talasey Group feels that we have achieved that.”