Realis Unveils First Image of Parliament Row Redevelopment

2nd February, 2015 •

Realis Estates has unveiled the first image of Phase 1 of its major retail scheme in the centre of Stoke-on-Trent.  The redevelopment of Parliament Row – which is adjacent to the main development site and situated on one of the city’s main retail thoroughfares – will create up to four modern retail units totalling 34,000 sq ft of space.

The CGI gives retailers and residents the first glimpse of what the City Centre will look like in the future and will become an integral part of the scheme’s marketing material.

Realis Estates is currently finalising a planning application for Phase 1, which is due to be submitted in the coming months and construction will begin shortly after planning has been granted.  Plans for the main scheme – on the site of the old bus station and existing East West Centre – are currently being discussed with Stoke-on-Trent City Council and an application is due to be submitted later this year (2015).

Duncan Mathieson, Managing Director of Realis Estates said: “The redevelopment of Parliament Row is going to transform this part of Stoke-on-Trent and provide an important gateway between the city’s current retail offer and our main site.  We will be looking to attract retailers that will enhance the existing retail mix as well as complementing the operators we will be looking to attract for our main scheme.”

Letting agents for Phase 1 will be Jamieson Mills and BWD.

For more information please contact:

William Haigh