03:43AM, Friday 26 October 2012
Plan for apartments, restaurant and retail space at former cinema site
The council has receieved plans to develop the former cinema site in Maidenhead's Bridge Avenue - four years after it was demolished.
Shanly Homes Limited is seeking permission from the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead council to build 77 apartments at the site. The application also and Copthall House in St Ives Road.
Developers also want 373sqm of restaurant space and 167sqm of retail space as well as permission for alterations and recladding of Copthall House. Plan include building an additional storey with basement parking.
Parish/Ward: Oldfield Ward
Appn. Date: 16th October 2012 Appn No.: 12/02770
Type: Listed Building Consent
Proposal: Redevelopment to provide a mixed use scheme comprising 77 apartments in two
blocks (and alterations to 3 existing apartments at 3 High Street) Plus 373 sqm of
restaurant space (class A3), 167 sqm retail space (class A1), alterations and recladding
of Copthall House including the erection of an additional storey, alterations to
access, basement parking and landscaping works.
Location: Former Cinema Site Bridge Avenue And Copthall House St Ives Road And 1 To
11 High Street Maidenhead
Applicant: Shanly Homes Limited c/o Agent: Mr Kevin Scott - Kevin Scott Consultancy Centaur
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