Stoke-on-Trent regen approved


Plans by Stoke-on-Trent City Council and Marrons will deliver almost 300 homes in the city.

Etruscan Square plan.
Credit: Stoke-on-Trent City Council.

The council’s planning committee have now approved the hybrid plans for the city’s Etruscan Square regeneration project after its review on 19 April, according to Insider Media Limited.  

Construction Wave reported on the redevelopment last week

The areas around the old Hanley Bus Station and the former East-West Precinct will see:

  • 292 new apartments, townhouses, and residential units. 
  • 632 sqm commercial, business and service space. 
  • 3,600-seater arena across 2.78 hectares in Hanley.  
  • 200-space underground car park. 

These features will be delivered across three phases

On the Job

Firms involved in the scheme include: 

  • Glancy Nicholls Architects.
  • Arcadis.
  • Potter Church & Holmes Architects.

What happens now? 

With the approval of the project, the council’s planning committee also laid out the plans for phase one and gave outline consent for the next two phases. 

Another planning application was also approved in the same meeting for a new multi-storey, 645-space, car park at Meigh Street. 

“These latest proposals will achieve multiple regeneration benefits, including the delivery of a significant number of new homes within a highly sustainable location,” stated a report for the committee. 

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