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Realis Estates Ltd (Realis) is constructing a shopping and leisure center in Staffordshire, the UK.
The project involves the redevelopment of Parliament Row and Old Hall Street, which includes the construction of a new 34,374m2 retail-led scheme, 4,645m2 anchor store along with 15 other units ranging between 93 and 2,973m2.
It includes up to five ground-floor units, each with the potential for a mezzanine level, and a larger first-floor unit. The first-floor unit would be suitable for a leisure use or as additional floor space for a ground-floor occupier.
The project is being developed in phases. The first phase includes a 5,388m2 Parliament Row scheme and second phase involves the main scheme on the site of the East West Center and the old bus station.
It includes the construction of a new bus station at the city center. The bus station includes a sweeping roof and glazed concourse, as well as plenty of public facilities, comfortable enclosed waiting areas, cafes and shops.
In October 2008, an outline planning application was submitted to Stoke-on-Trent City Council and outline approval was secured in February 2009.
In December 2009, a development agreement between Realis Estates and the council was signed.
In December 2009, an international design competition for the new bus station was launched. It received expressions of interest from over 40 teams, of which six were shortlisted and initial design concepts were displayed to local residents at two public exhibitions in May and June 2010.
In June 2010, Grmishaw Architects was chosen to design the bus station and Benoy was appointed to design the shopping complex. In December 2010, a detailed planning application for the bus station was submitted to the city council.
In March 2011, Stoke-on-Trent City Councils planning committee approved final detailed plans for the new bus station.
In March 2011, the preliminary construction works on the new bus station was initiated by Forkers Ltd, with the installation of hoardings around the site, remedial works and enabling works.
In January 2011, six companies were shortlisted for the main contract to build the new city center bus station. The six shortlisted bidders include C Spencer, Galliford Try, Kier Northern, Laing ORourke Construction, Vinci Construction UK and Wates Construction.
In January 2012, Vinci Construction UK was appointed as main contractor for the construction of bus station.
In March 2013, construction work on the new bus station was completed.
In March 2015, Stoke-on-Trent City Council approved the plans to demolish a row of 11 shops in Parliamant Row and Old Hall Street.
In May 2015, detailed plans were submitted for the Parliament Row scheme.
In July 2016, Realis revised project plans.
Realis has secured approvals from the council.
Realis is in the process to start demolition works on 11 shop units in Parliamant Row and Old Hall Street.
The project involves the construction of a new shopping complex and a bus station in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, the UK.
The US$468 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a new bus station
2. Construction of four modern retail units with 3,158m2 of floor space
3. Construction of five ground-floor units
4. Construction of a three-story retail building
5. Demolition of existing retail units
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