The North East of England offers the opportunity of a rich and rewarding quality of life. The people are warm and friendly, with a great sense of humour, and property prices are affordable. The local scenery is stunning, from the rolling moorlands and sleepy market towns; the castle-lined coasts and unspoiled beaches; and the hustle and bustle of city life. Lucite International has three sites in the NE:
WILTON – a small village in the borough of Redcar and Cleveland noted for its golf course and castle. Wilton lies just south of the A174 and is easily accessible by the A19 which runs through North Yorkshire, County Durham and Tyne & Wear.
BILLINGHAM is a town in County Durham and is the major settlement in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees. Billingham is famous for the exclusive Wynyard Park development; Gardens, Hall and Planetarium. It is easily accessible by the A19 and the A689.
NEWTON AYCLIFFE is a town in County Durham and is the oldest new town in the north of England. There are many tourist attractions in easy reach such as Durham Cathedral and Hardwick Park; famous for its music festival. Newton Aycliffe is easily accessible from the A1(M).
The North West of England consists of the five counties of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside. It offers the perfect mix of serenity and nightlife from the Lake District mountain ranges to the proud heritage of sports and music in Greater Manchester and Merseyside.
In Lancashire you will enjoy the mix of country escapes, castles and towers, museums, theme parks, animal attractions and music festivals.
DARWEN, in the Blackburn with Darwen district, is a friendly market town bordering the West Pennine Moors and is dominated by the 86ft tall Darwen Tower. The town has a Visitor Centre and Art Gallery and a challenging 18 holes Golf Course. Darwen is accessible from the M65, and is approx. 1.5 hours’ drive from the picturesque Lake District and an hour’s drive to Manchester.
The province of South Holland sits along the North Sea and is located in the western area of The Netherlands. Its capital city is The Hague and its’ largest city is Rotterdam. South Holland also boasts beautiful seaside resorts and coastal towns and offers a wide range of sights and attractions with charming historic villages and islands, museums and ancient churches, and beautiful gardens and parks such as the famous Keukenhof. The province can easily be explored via train, bus or bicycle.
ROZENBURG is a small port in South Holland, famous for its 1600 meter long “wind wall”. There are a number of places to visit near the town including the UNESCO World Heritage Kinderdijk-Elshout mill network, and the historic car Louwman Museum in Rotterdam. Rozenburg is less than an hour from The Hague and commutable from Rotterdam by train, bus and car.