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.
Development Mix, subject to planning permission:
Both are freehold opportunities
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