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What are the "nicest" areas to live around Stoke on Trent?

My husband has just accepted a job in Stoke so we need to move to the area from Jersey, where we are now. I would like some advice on the best areas to look at for housing and in time schools

Asked on May 11 2012, Safety & Crime in Stoke-on-Trent | Report content

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  • What's your price range and where about has he accepted the job?

    Answered on May 11 2012, Report content
  • You really need to do some further research, all depending on your budget, there are definitely some areas to avoid, if you need to you can email me and I would be happy to talk things through with you.

    Answered on May 14 2012, Report content
  • The job is in Festival park, willing to commute up to half hour drive. Initially renting about £600 per month them buying around £250,000.

    Answered on May 16 2012, Report content
  • Hi, did you find a good place to move to in Stoke? Myself and my partner are also moving to Stoke. He has also been offered a job at Festival Way so we are looking to move somewere we can get transport there and back as we do not have a car. What are Hanley and Tunstall like to live? Does anyone have any suggestions of a good place to stay but one that is near to shops and transport?

    Answered on May 31 2012, Report content
  • The outskirts are very nice. areas I have lived are Seabridge/Westlands, Westbury Park, Stockton Brook/Endon. You do have other nice areas but can't say from experience. Inner city I have lived in Fenton and Hanley(forest park area) which have been ok for me. Fenton I had my shed broke into but spent 10 years without any other problems (pro's targeted good gear).like most inner city areas you have to do vast research as it can be hit and miss, eg: my house in Hanley was in a lovely cul-de-sac but the streets behind it were dodgy at night. I have not much experience of North of the city but driving around, it really doesn't appeal to me imho. That's not saying there is no decent areas up north end of city If husband travelling to work around rush hour it get's very busy out of festival park so I would recommend testing the drive home from work before buying a property.

    Answered on Jun 3 2012, Report content
  • I have lived in Stoke-on-Trent/Newcastle-u-lyme all of my life (forty odd years) I work in Hanley so do know this area very well. Birches Head is lovely, near to the canal, Forest Park and Northwood Park for walking, but it is also within walking distance to the town centre and Festival Park (just in case there's more snow) Good schools especially the church primary schools Hanley St Lukes and St George and St Martins. One of European's largest church congregation at Potter's House. Very friendly neighbourhood. Try also parts of Bucknall again loads of countryside nearby and easy to get into Hanley.

    Answered on Jan 24 2013, Report content
  • Stoke-on-Trent has 6 towns centre is Hanley or posh town centre newcastle. Check transport links council think bus is it less you catch em train. Jobs on door step if you want to work owen home your on a winner. Fezy park is main out town shopping with amazing canal walk to stoke. Remember Hanley is city center where buses go if you can get job on em trains line you on a winner festival park is walk from Hanley 36acr land think. Stoke-on-Trent to living person is north staffs south Cheshire no real tv local news but radio choose old young or Christian young or old xrythams or signal just 2. Rent first

    Answered on Jul 15 2018, Report content

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