by Iain Roberts on 12 May, 2018
The Lib Dem team have welcomed the progress made towards developing the former Tatton cinema, but as others rush to try and grab the credit for sorting it all out, we’re saying the job’s not done until the cinema site is fully developed as a new Co-op convenience store and apartments.
We were told that construction work was meant to start last month. It didn’t. It now seems that a new planning application has been submitted to change the timing of when different things can happen on site.
The planning application (69271) reads “Variation of pre-commencement conditions 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25, 26, 28 and 33 of DC/058809 to allow for demolition and groundworks to commence prior to the discharge of the conditions that do not relate to this aspect of the works. Conditions to be re-worded as “Excluding demolition no above ground floor construction works shall take place until…”
You can see the planning application here.
“Graham, Keith and I are working to ensure the Tatton site is properly developed, and the job’s not done until it is. This new planning application, which could see construction delayed by several more months, shows that there’s still work to do.” said Iain.11 Comments