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Just taken this lovely 6 bedroom detached house on management, available from 1st September 2019 for Keele Students. It comprises entrance hall, lounge, living room, kitchen/breakfast room, conservatory and garage. To the first floor are four bedrooms 2 with ensuite bathrooms and the other 2 bedrooms sharing 1 ensuite. On the second floor are 2 bedrooms sharing one ensuite. All bedrooms are of good size. There is a drive big enough to fit 3 cars. Approximately a 4 minute drive to Keele University and a 3 minute walk to the bus stop. This house is perfect for Keele students! Please enquire for more details!🥰🏡 ... See MoreSee Less
Regeneration schemes worth £300m earmarked for Stoke-on-Trent have been revealed.
The development opportunities on the former East-West Precinct in the city centre, and on land next to Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station, were unveiled at MIPIM.
The city council bought the East-West Precinct at the end of last year after it had stood dormant for years under its previous owner. Demolition of buildings is already underway so the site can be marketed, presenting a once-in-a-generation development opportunity.
The plans unveiled at the property expo in Cannes show how the site could be transformed into a mixed-leisure use development, with a public square, the potential for a hotel and option for a 3,500-seat venue.
Investors at MIPIM have also been shown how land in council ownership one-and-a-half miles away next to Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station could see construction of a mixed-use building with 76-bed hotel, student accommodation with 200 rooms and three restaurants.
Outline proposals were unveiled at MIPIM 2018, with definitive plans for the site showcased this week.
City council leader Cllr Ann James said: "The development plans unveiled today set out our long-term commitment as a council to continually transform this city – attracting multi-million-pound investment which ultimately leads to local job creation and greater prosperity.
"These developments offer significant opportunities for global investors. That is why we are at MIPIM, to pitch Stoke-on-Trent’s potential at the highest level and make sure our name is out there at the forefront of development circles.
"These two sites present once in a lifetime development opportunities to create something special and improve the city for generations to come. It’s a very exciting time for the city right now." ... See MoreSee Less
At Quality Lets we have successfully combined a personal touch with the utmost professionalism to deliver a unique service for Landlords & tenants alike. We endeavour to establish a rapport with everybody who uses us. So be you a student looking for your first ever rental or a long established landlord seeking to move into the multi-let sphere, we will listen to your needs and act accordingly. Our in-house handyman service and dedicated team of vetted tradesman offers complete reassurance to tenants that their repairs are going to be conducted by a person who is both reputable and qualified..
A more MODERN approach...
It always amazes us that most other Lettings Agencies in the area still operate on Office Hours. There is no call handling at weekends or in the evening and even if there is it is unlikely anything will be dealt with until Monday morning. Moreover, most agents are still overly reliant upon traditional methods of advertising to rent out properties. Sure enough, Rightmove & Zoopla are giants in the markets but social media can never be overlooked as a first point of contact with prospective tenants. Quality Lets goes the extra mile to locate tenants..
A more COST-EFFECTIVE approach...
Many Letting Agents are still intent on clinging on to their expensive High Street Premises but why? The online agent has enjoyed a massive boom to the detriment of their high street rivals and has been able to offer more competitive management fees as a direct result of not having the extortionate overheads of a town centre shop front. But how many properties are actually let by town centre footfall in today’s climate, the answer is very few. The mass exodus of retail shoppers in our town centres has had a direct impact on bank branches and the same is true of Estate & Lettings Agents branches. The question is do you want to pay towards the maintenance of these overstaffed premises...