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Stoke-on-Trent Assets Disposal

Two council owned assets at the heart of Stoke-on-Trent’s city centre for disposal
Hanley Town Hall & Hanley City Central Library are part of Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s asset disposal programme to breathe new life into old buildings to complement the wider regeneration of the city centre area.

Key facts

Development Mix, subject to planning permission:
• Office
• Residential
• Leisure
Both are freehold opportunities

Opportunity location

Why invest in Stoke Staffs?

Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire is a major UK growth area. We played a unique role as one of the creative workshops of the Industrial Revolution. That same entrepreneurial spirit that once created world-beaters like Spode, Wedgwood and Bass is alive and well here today. Some of Britain’s greatest success stories, like JCB and bet365, have all grown from garage start-ups into billion-pound success stories.

Today, we are a fast-growing centre of modern manufacturing, making a major contribution to manufacturing employment growth nationally. Businesses here produce the advanced technical components and materials for a range of consumer and business products.

The same location benefits that attracted Michelin in 1926 are once again bringing international businesses to Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. Jaguar Land Rover, Amazon and Molson-Coors are just some of the names investing millions of pounds and creating thousands of jobs here.

Insight for investors

• Type of Investment Sought: Investment & Development
• Target Investor(s): Investment partners; end user occupiers
• Value and cost info: GDC £6m (each building)
• Site Size: Hanley Town Hall 1.06 acres; Hanley City Central Library total GIA 62,767 sq ft
• Timescale: 2022-2024
• Delivery Timescale: 1-2 years
• Planning Status: Subject to Planning

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Make it Stoke-on-Trent & Staffordshire