Commercial Property in Stoke-on-Trent

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59 Hawes Street, Stoke-on-trent, Staffordshire, ST6 5HJ

IDEAL INVESTMENT/DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMERCIAL: BUYERS PREMIUM REQUIRED. For further terms and conditions, additional information, or to arrange an inspection on the subject, please contact the...

Price: £130,000
Size: N/A
Sale Type: For Sale
Property Type: Shops
Date Listed: 06 / 08 / 2014

The local commercial agents listed below may be able to help you:

Harris Lamb

3 Lakeside, Festival Park, Stoke on Trent, ST1 5RY.

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Harris Lamb was established in 1992 to provide commercial property advice on a regional and national basis to clients that include Occupiers, Developers, Property Funds, Investors and Public Sector Organisations. The company offers the full range of property services with specialist departments advising and acting for clients on Agency, Property Management, Rating, Planning, Building Surveying, Project Management, Landlord and Tenant, Valuation and Property Investment.

Butters John Bee

Festival Way Festival Park, Stoke-On-Trent, Stoke on Trent, Stafforshire, ST1 5BJ.

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Auctioneer Chartered Surveyor Commercial Estate Agent

Butters John Bee are actively involved in the sale and acquisition of commercial land and property from development sites to multi-let business parks. With regional offices in Crewe, Stafford and Stoke-on-Trent our knowledge and coverage from South Cheshire to the West Midlands is unrivalled. Our experienced team can cater for your commercial requirements from dedicated property searches to disposing of your property. With the support of our Professional Services Department you can be assur... Read more

Mounsey Chartered Surveyors

Lakeside Festival Way, Festival Park, Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire, ST1 5PU.

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Mounsey Chartered Surveyors is a property consultancy specialising in commercial property advice. We provide high quality professional advice to all forms of organisation from Public Bodies and PLC companies to private individuals. Every client has a service which is tailored to their individual needs to ensure that the best possible outcome is achieved. Mounsey Chartered Surveyors has quickly established itself as one of Staffordshires most active property consultants. This status has been f... Read more

Daniel & Hulme

4 Bagnall Street, Hanley, Stoke on Trent, ST1 3AD.

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Commercial Estate Agent Chartered Surveyor

Daniel & Hulme is an independent and dynamic partnership of chartered surveyors and estate agents specialising in the sales and letting of residential & commercial properties in Staffordshire and south Cheshire.

Robertson Surveyors

Station House 28 King Street, Newcastle under Lyme, , Staffordshire, ST5 1HX.

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Robertsons are a long established firm of Commercial Chartered Surveyors with a passion to provide outstanding professional service in all commercial property matters to meet the requirements of individuals, companies and business.

About Stoke on Trent and its Commercial Property

Economy of Stoke on Trent

The Stoke on Trent area has a population of over 500,000 in the six towns known as “The Potteries” which were combined in 1925 into one city. There are over 700,000 within the surrounding areas. Stoke-on-Trent is linked to the M6 and M1 motorways, the latter accessed via the A50 dual-carriageway. Its mainline railway station is a well-used stop on the West Coast Main Line. The area is known globally as the Potteries where the mass production of household ceramics took place. Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire remains a global centre for fine ceramics, with a number of the world's leading ceramic brands and manufacturers operating in the city. In 2004 KPMG said Stoke on Trent was the most cost effective location in the UK to set up a new business.

Stoke on Trent Industrial and Office Property

There has been a substantial development of business park accomodation in the area with Trentham Lakes, Etruria Valley, Radial Park and it's Sideway extension, Victoria Business Park, Chatterley Valley, These developments have created over 2 million sq ft of new industrial, distribution and office space in Stoke on Trent.

Keele University Science and Business Park, part of the Ultimate Campus University project, currently has over 150,000 sq ft of office and laboratory space and is home to over 50 established businesses. The Science Park currently serves biotech, medical, IT and the service industries, and has space for more.

Stoke on Trent Retail Property

Retail for Stoke on Trent means the Potteries Shopping Centre in Hanley to 1.2 million visitors a month, and this is due to be supplemented by a new City Sentral Mall development in Stoke. However without any strong tenant interest this at present, this development may not proceed. Headline rents at the Potteries Shopping Centre are £175psf, it is anchored by Debenhams and Primark.

Stoke on Trent Leisure and Hospitality Property

The Festival Park complex has been the city’s primary leisure destination since it opened in 1997. Located just a few minutes drive from city centre, it is home to a ten-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling, and Waterworld,the UK’s most visited indoor aqua park.

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