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11 March 2011
Designs for the three shortlisted housing schemes which could be built on a key city centre site have gone on display.
Around 100 homes are proposed for the Canal Quarter, off Lichfield Street, on the edge of the city centre. Local people are now being asked to review the designs being put forward for how the 5.11 acre site will be developed.
Images and proposals from the three shortlisted developers, Barratt, Keepmoat and Westbury Partnerships, will be on display in the City Waterside Community Centre, Dresden Street, until Friday, 18 March. Plans can be viewed online at www.stoke.gov.uk and any comments should be received by Monday 28 March.
For further information please contact Mark Collins from Stoke-on-Trent City Council on t: 01782 234987 e: email@example.com a: City of Stoke-on-Trent, City Renewal, Civic Centre, Glebe Street, Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 1RN.
Please send all comments on the proposals to Mark Collins from Stoke-on-Trent City Council using the contact details above.Click here to read full news item
05 November 2010
More than 160 properties in the heart of Middleport have been transformed as part of a £1.1million investment program.
The exteriors of homes in Maddock Street, Morton Street, Woolrich Street and Burgess Street, have received a ‘face lift’ as part of a project between Renew and Midland Heart, the third registered social landlord for the Middleport area.Click here to read full news item
28 September 2010
The 6 week consultation period has started for Fegg Hayes with three options to choose from for the area. There will be consultation open days from 9-4pm on 1 October and 9-1pm on 9 October at the Whitfield Valley Centre on Fegg Hayes Road.Click here to read full news item
25 September 2010
The first Stoke Town Music Festival is set to launch this week – and everyone’s invited.Click here to read full news item