A level 1.04 acre site cleared of buildings and formerly the subject of two separately approved planning permissions (now expired) granting consent to develop a circa 5,000 sq. ft. retail unit to the front of the site together with a terrace of five trade counter units totalling 16,365 sq. ft. to the rear.
The site is prominently located on the A50 at the roundabout junction with the A527 approximately 2 miles to the north of Tunstall town centre. The A50 and A527 are both extremely busy roads with the A50 passing through Hanley city centre, Burslem, Tunstall and Kidsgrove to the north. The A527 provides direct access from Biddulph (to the north) to the A500 which is only 2 miles from the site.
A level 1.04 acre site cleared of buildings and formerly the subject of two separately approved planning permissions (now expired) granting consent to develop a circa 5,000 sq. ft. retail unit to the front of the site together with a terrace of five trade counter units totalling 16,365 sq. ft. to the rear. The site has frontage to High Street (A50) from where access is gained and extensive return frontage to James Brindley Way (A527), set back slightly from the main road and separated only by a narrow area of open grassland.
We understand that all mains services are laid in the A50. Interested parties will need to satisfy themselves that services required are available.
The sale price is not subject to VAT.
Four planning applications have been granted historically. The area fronting High Street originally had Application No. 50378 granted 15th February 2010 giving outline consent to construct a single storey showroom together with car parking and servicing. This was then renewed under Application 54591 on 27th February 2013, which expired 26th February 2016.
To the rear, Application SOT/46011 granted outline consent (on 11th October 2006) to erect 5 industrial units (Use Class B8) with trade counters. Subsequently Application SOT/48328 granted consent (on 15th May 2008) to re-align the access road from High Street to five trade counter units (Approved under planning application SOT/46011).
All planning permissions have now expired but the agents see no reason why the original consents would not be granted again, subject to a new planning application being granted. The site would also suit a large range of alternative commercial uses, possibly to include a food operation.
Stoke-on-Trent City Council.
Tel. 01782 234234.
The site is available freehold and subject to contract. Offers will be considered on a subject to planning basis.
The entire site has an area of 1.04 acres (0.42 ha).
The site is open and can be viewed with ready to make an appointment.