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Trowbridge cinema plan meeting tonight
Planning conditions which are to be imposed upon a Trowbridge cinema development are to be thrashed out tonight at what could be a heated meeting.
The developer Prorsus, who wants to build a Cineworld, Morrisons supermarket, six restaurants and a family pub on the old Bowyers pork pie factory site, off Stallard Street, has been working closely with council officers to agree on the conditions after councillors were minded to approve the plans in May.
The meeting of the Western Area Planning Committee will take place at 6pm at the Bradley Road council offices. The public are allowed to attend and speak.
The move will come up against opposition from Legal and General, the owners of a rival cinema site at St Stephen’s Place, and rival supermarket Asda.
The planning conditions that are to be set will include arrangements for improvements to the highway network around Stallard Street.
It is anticipated that Prorsus managing director Angus Horner, the man behind the bold multi-million pound scheme, will address the committee for a second time tonight.
See this Friday's Wiltshire Times for a full report on the meeting.
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