Hanley Town Hall
This Grade II Listed building in the city centre forms part of Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s heritage sites disposal programme. Built as the Queens Hotel in 1869, its past life includes a registry office and courts. To breathe new life into this magnificent red brick building, the council recently marketed it as a rare freehold opportunity for redevelopment and is progressing with a preferred developer for a viable long-term solution.
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