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Lock Stock Self-Storage of Wales to Triple Size of Wrexham Site

October 30, 2018

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Lock Stock Self-Storage of Wales to Triple Size of Wrexham Site

Lock Stock Self-Storage, which operates 18 container-based self-storage facilities in Wales, plans to triple the capacity of its location on Ruabon Road in Wrexham. The site will grow from 60 units to 180.

Lock Stock has spent £100,000 on clearing the site, which it acquired two years ago. It installed a tarmac surface, security fencing, cameras and lighting. The development is part of an ongoing expansion across the company’s facilities in North Wales, with the goal of reaching 3,000 containers by the end of the year, according to the source.

“We recently carried out a similar expansion at our Saltney site and, like all our developments, it has been an organic expansion because we have seen a considerable increase in enquiries in this area recently and we have responded,” said company director Nick Powell.

Area manager Jeff Woods is overseeing the Ruabon Road expansion. “We have, this year, opened a new site in Holyhead and increased capacity at Saltney and Mold as well as at our sites at Llandudno Junction, Bangor and Oswestry.”

Lock Stock is family-operated and owns 2,700 storage containers. Based in Denbigh, its properties are spread throughout 12 North Wales cities.

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