City Centre Regeneration Area

Stoke-on-Trent City Centre has seen significant new developments delivered over the past few years, which is regenerating and rejuvenating the city landscape.

The City Centre Regeneration Area project will be nothing short of remarkable. This 3-phased development will see transformation of one of the largest urban brownfield sites in the country into a vibrant, mixed-use development and will be catalytic in reinvigorating and bringing viability back to the City Centre. 

With £20m Levelling Up Funding secured towards the scheme, the vision for a leisure led mixed use development is stunning.  The plans for the City Centre Regeneration Area, which encompasses the old Hanley bus station site and the former East-West Precinct, will include an indoor arena capable of holding up to 3,750 people, 268 residential units, 144-bed hotel and a 700-space multi-story car park as well as 86,000sq ft of commercial office space.  Significantly, it complements the cultural investment made with the opening of the magnificent Spitfire Museum & Gallery in September 2021 and the continuous regeneration of Smithfield into a thriving business quarter.

Essential site demolition and initial remediation works have already been completd.

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