LOCATION As can be seen on the attached location plans, the property enjoys a very prominent position on Bethesda Street with return frontage to Albion Street, located opposite the Potteries Museum, and close to the Courts of Justice, Police Station, Town Hall, City Library and The Sentinel offices. Bethesda Street links to St John Street which has a large multi storey car park and access to the bus station. Next door to the property on Albion Street is the Bethesda Chapel which has recently re-opened as a public venue and potential future Registry Office. The pedestrianized walkway of Piccadilly provides a direct route through the Cultural Quarter and the heart of the main shopping facilities of the city. The vehicular thoroughfare of Broad Street links to the Potteries Way ring road which serves the Central Business District/Civic Offices. Immediately opposite is a new and extended area of public realm which provides public amenity space upon which it is intended to display a Spitfire plane as a visitor attraction and in recognition of the achievements of Potteries born Reginald Mitchell, who designed the plane.