Lot 22 66-68 Piccadilly, Hanley, Stoke on Trent, ST1 1HX

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Property Summary
  • Freehold bar/restaurant premises
  • Pedestrianised town centre location
  • Alternative use potential (subject to consents)
  • Vacant possession



Hanley is one of the six towns that form the city of Stoke-on-Trent and lies about 47 miles north of Birmingham and 44 miles south of Manchester. It can be accessed via the A53 and A52 with the A500 (Queensway) providing direct access to the M6 motorway to the west via junctions 15 and 16. Stoke-on-Trent train station provides regional rail services as well as direct services to Manchester, Birmingham and London Euston.

Piccadilly is one of the main pedestrianised shopping thoroughfares in the town centre providing a mix of retail, public houses and bars/restaurants. The property lies at the southern end of Piccadilly on its north side close to the junction with Pall Mall. Nearby occupiers include Coral as well as a number of independent retailers.


A prominent corner building of traditional construction beneath a part pitched and part flat roof arranged over basement, ground and first floors. The building was formally used as a bar/restaurant on ground and first floors with the basement providing ancillary accommodation including storage and an office. The property may suit alternative uses, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.


Stoke-on-Trent City Council (01782 232372) www.stoke,gov.uk

Please refer to Legal Documents
Property Table
FloorAccommodationTenancyRent Per Annum
TOTAL258.23 sq m (2,780 sq ft)  
108.44 sq m (1,167 sq ft)
99.88 sq m (1,075 sq ft)
49.91 sq m (537 sq ft)

The auctioneers have not measured the property. All areas have been obtained from www.tax.service.gov.uk


Rating 69 Band C

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