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Civic Centres - Unity House

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Stoke City Council's 18-storey former headquarters was the 240-foot-high Unity House, built in the mid-1970s on a site previously occupied by  prefab houses near Broad Street, Hanley.


Unity House
Unity House
Photo taken in Broad Street, just outside the Black Lion pub.
Unity House (the old Civic Centre) stands just off The Potteries Way.

photo: June 2000

"Developer St Modwen confirmed today that it wants to create space for up to five retail units or restaurants on the ground floor of a three-storey building proposed for the Unity House site in Hanley.

News of the new plans comes as St Modwen gears up to demolish the derelict Unity House building, at the junction of Potteries Way and Broad Street."

September 2002


Unity House is in the centre bottom of the picture
aerial photo of the southern end of Hanley
Unity House is in the centre bottom of the picture
with the 'Potteries Way' ring road bottom left to right



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