POLL: Stoke-on-Trent City Council reveals design for new Hanley civic centre
THIS is the first glimpse of Stoke-on-Trent City Council’s new £40 million civic centre.
The Sentinel today reveals designs for the council’s kaleidoscope-style HQ – which creators say is inspired by Clarice Cliff pottery.
Construction is to begin in April on the first of two council office buildings in Hanley’s Central Business District (CBD).
Developer Genr8 today launches a public consultation on the offices, to be built on the site of the former Unity House.
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It will replace civic buildings in Stoke, which are now up for sale.
Architects behind the plan say it will deliver energy efficiency and a ‘stunning skyline’.
Designer Michael Clark said: “Some people will gulp but more will see what we’re trying to achieve.”
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