06:02AM, Monday 15 April 2013
A date has been set for the £152million Kings Triangle plans to be considered by the Royal Borough for a second time.
An outline application for the project by ING Red UK (Maidenhead) was discussed by Maidenhead development control panel in December, but councillors deferred making a decision then due to a series of flaws in the plans.
After giving the firm extra time to fix the issues a number of changes to the plans were submitted, and the application will return before the panel on Tuesday, April 30.
Key changes to the scheme include the addition of 135 extra car parking spaces, taking the total to 826.
But other issues remain, including whether or not it is financially viable.
If approved, Kings Triangle could see the area between King Street, Queen Street and Broadway transformed to include new shops, restaurant and office space and housing.
The panel meeting will be held at Maidenhead Town Hall from 7pm.
See Thursday's Advertiser for a full report.
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