08:53AM, Tuesday 02 October 2012
A decision on one of the biggest regeneration plans in Maidenhead's history is set to be made next month.
An outline planning application for the Kings Triangle development, which was submitted to the Royal Borough nearly one year ago, is due for consideration by council planners at a meeting on November 8.
If approved it 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.
A copy of the application, which is the work of developer ING Red UK (Maidenhead) Ltd, can be viewed via the borough's planning portal by clicking here.
The special Maidenhead development control panel meeting is expected to be held at the town hall from 7pm.
A presentation on the plans is set to be given at a panel meeting on Wednesday, October 24, which will also take place at the town hall from 7pm.
This will be open to the public but is not an opportunity to ask questions.
ING was set to deliver the presentation at a panel meeting on Wednesday but says the date was changed at the last minute by council officers.
A council spokeswoman put this down to a 'miscommunication issue' over the dates.
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