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Last Updated: Monday, 4 July, 2005, 20:17 GMT 21:17 UK
Views sought over retail proposal
Businesses based in the Hanley area of Stoke-on-Trent are being consulted about the future of a site where the city's tallest building stands.

Unity House, which was built in 1973 but has been empty for 12 years, is due to be demolished later in the year.

The city council is proposing a business district for the site, which it says would complement the retail and cultural quarters of Hanley.

Businesses are also being asked if they would move to new offices in the area.




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