LONDON (Highams Park): Plans to transform the old Regal into a Curzon arthouse cinemaFor
years this historic cinema has remained an eyesore for locals, lying
abandoned and unloved. But this may all change as plans are in motion to
restore Highams Park’s famous Regal building with the help of
independent cinema chain Curzon.
BELLINGHAM: Disused south London pub to be regenerated as theatre and community venuePlans
include the renovation of the upper hall of the pub into a theatre
space and live music venue, as well as building a cinema, cafe, music
studios and microbrewery.
BODMIN: This is when Merlin Cinemas' proposal to transform Bodmin Public Rooms into a cinema will be decidedOn
August 14 the proposal will go before Cornwall Council's area planning
committee and the planning officer's recommendation for approval will be
discussed.The historic venue, once owned by Bodmin Town Council and
used as a community building, is set to be sold to the cinema group and
turned into a four-screen cinema named Capitol.BOURNEMOUTH: "No justification" for demolishing ABC cinema building, says Bournemouth Civic SocietyThere
is “no justification” for demolishing Bournemouth’s former ABC cinema
and replacing it with a block of 62 flats, the town’s civic society has
said.Bournemouth Civic Society has lodged an objection to Libra
Homes’ outline plans for the ABC site, which would involve demolishing
all the cinema building except for its frontage.
BRIERLEY HILL: Theatre plan for notorious Pulse nightclub site thrown out by plannersIt
was hoped the old Pulse nightclub in Brierley Hill, which was the scene
of a shooting in 2014, could be transformed into a new ‘hippodrome’ but
experts at Dudley Council said the plan was not suitable.
COLCHESTER: Tollgate Village retail park to go ahead near Colchester after appealPlans
to build a new retail park at Tollgate Village on the edge of
Colchester are back on today after the Local Government Secretary
overturned Colchester Council’s decision to refuse planning permission.The application was for a centre with retail and leisure uses – including a new cinema.
DEAL: 'Fobbed off' cinema campaigners persuade council to try and buy back The RegentFrustrated
cinema campaigners who claim they’ve been “fobbed off” for eight years
have persuaded councillors to try to buy the Regent in Deal.The recommendation to take steps towards a compulsory purchase order (CPO) was agreed...DONCASTER: Chamber pledges support for town centre cinema planBusiness
leaders have pledged their support to plans to build a cinema complex
in Doncaster town centre that could create up to 180 jobs.
EDINBURGH: New cinema planned as part of Scotsman Hotel refurbishmentA new cinema is set to be opened under £10 million plans aimed at revamping the Scotsman Hotel building on North Bridge.If
the proposals are approved, the cinema, which it is hoped will be open
to the public, would be accessed via an entrance on Fleshmarket Close.GRIMSBY: Historic Barge pub told to move for new £20m Riverhead cinema schemeThe
heart of Grimsby will be sunk if an iconic floating pub has to make way
for a £20million entertainment complex at the Riverhead.That's
according to campaigners, who are planning a petition to save the Barge
pub restaurant which has to move out to create enough room for the
massive cinema complex and restaurants.HEMEL HEMPSTEAD: £13million Marlowes plans to go before planning bossesThe scheme would include a new nine-screen cinema for the town centre, as well as new restaurants and shops.
KEIGHLEY: Make the most of this historic gem of a cinemaMake
the most of Keighley's historic gem of a cinema... how lucky we are in
Keighley to still have a cinema, and not just that, but how beautiful
the building is too.KIRKCALDY: £10 million cinema and leisure complex plan given boostMulti-million pound plans for a brand new cinema and leisure development on the Fife coast have been given a major boost...Council
officials have decided an environmental impact assessment (EIA) for a
£10 million-plus complex on the site of the former Kirkcaldy swimming
pool will not be required.LIVERPOOL: Which cinemas can you bring your own food and drink into...The ECHO asked cinemas around Liverpool what their rules are on taking in your own food and drink.
NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE: Everyman Cinema's plans for underground venue take major step forwardNew
documents apply for permission to convert the former basement nightclub
Legends into a four screen cinema, complete with a bar and restaurant,
and some 30 new jobs could be created.
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