Stoke’s Unity Walk approved
Published: 02 March, 2017
Realis Estates’ 435,000-sq ft mixed-use scheme gets green light
Stoke-on-Trent City Council has approved Realis Estates’ planning application for the redevelopment of the former bus station and old East West Centre in Hanley.
The Benoy-designed retail-led development will link the new City Centre Bus Station, which has already been completed, with Parliament Row and the rest of the city’s retail offer.
Pre-lettings have already been signed with Marks & Spencer for 50,000 sq ft and Next for 26,000 sq ft while The Light has signed for a 10-screeem IMAX-anchored multiplex and the developer says discussions are progressing well with other retailers, restaurants and cafes.