10:49AM, Wednesday 31 October 2012
A decision on the £152million Kings Triangle regeneration project for Maidenhead is no longer set to be made on November 8.
The outline planning application for the scheme has been deferred from the agenda of the Maidenhead development control panel meeting where it was due to be discussed by councillors.
It is now expected to be considered on December 12.
A spokesman for developer ING Red UK (Maidenhead) said the delay is due to 'outstanding matters' which need to be discussed with the council before a decision can be made.
Panel chairman Cllr Derek Wilson (Con, Oldfield) confirmed this, and reiterated an earlier appeal for members of the public who wish to speak at the meeting to register their interest by calling 01628 796310.
If approved the plans would see the area between King Street, Queen Street and Broadway transformed into a new shopping centre with a new car park, homes, offices, open space and alterations to the road network.
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