Commercial agents at Harris Lamb have been instructed to source new occupiers for a former outdoor pursuits site with almost 500 car parking spaces in Hanley.

The former Go Outdoors unit on New Hall Street has a 92,431 sq ft floor space, with 480 undercroft parking spaces spread over three levels, and is suitable for a range of alternative uses, subject to securing planning permission.

The city centre building is available as a whole or can potentially be divided into parts.

Andrew Groves, of Harris Lamb’s Agency team, said: “This is a significant city centre building located on a two-acre site, so there is a great deal of potential for both redevelopment across a variety of uses, and a range of uses utilising the existing building to include warehousing / self storage, leisure and retail subject to the appropriate permissions being secured.

“The building has great access links, lying within easy reach of the UK motorway network via both Junctions 15 and 16 of the M6 . It is located a short distance from The Potteries Shopping Centre, the region’s principle retail centre.

“The property’s location, combined with its size and extensive car parking allocation, is likely to attract a number of interested parties with a broad range of future uses. We are presently looking to let or sell the opportunity as a whole, although we are prepared to discuss the potential to divide the building up for several occupiers.

“The owners are also open to offers to sell the freehold of the building, should a developer earmark the site for future use,” he added.

For information on the opportunity, contact Andrew at andrew.groves@harrislamb.com.