Realis Estates has submitted a planning application for the redevelopment of Parliament Row, which will mark the start of the transformation of the southern end of the City Centre.
The scheme – which is larger than initially planned – will create up to 58,000 sq ft of modern retail and/or restaurant space. The development creates a maximum of five units on the ground floor plus a separate unit on the first floor, however, the space is flexible allowing it to be easily reconfigured to accommodate specific operator’s requirements.
Negotiations with potential tenants to occupy the space have been progressing well with two national operators – which currently don’t have a presence in the city – looking to open their first outlets in the scheme. In addition, discussions are on going with a third operator about opening its second outlet in Stoke-on-Trent. Negotiations on the remaining space is also progressing well.
Ryeworth acted as press spokesperson for Realis Estates and was interviewed by BBC Radio Stoke.