Sunday, July 21, 2024

Games Workshop to invest in new manufacturing facility

Games Workshop is set to expand in Nottingham, investing in a new manufacturing facility to be built on land it owns on Willow Road, Lenton.

The business has submitted plans for the new facility to Nottingham City Council as it looks to support ongoing business growth.

Subject to planning permission, it is proposed that the new facility will be open in Spring 2026.

When it opens, Games Workshop will move its packing operations out of existing factories along Willow Road and relocate them to the new facility.

Moving packing operations out of existing factories creates space for Games Workshop to expand Tooling and Injection Moulding operations. This expansion programme will start in 2026 and will last for at least five years. This period will see investment in machinery and infrastructure and the creation of new jobs in the Tooling and Injection Moulding areas.

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