Thursday, 20 October 2011

Arlington Planning Committee decision

A decision on the proposed Arlington development was referred to full
council by Thanet District Council’s Planning Committee last night
(Wednesday 19 October).

Members of the committee were due to consider the effect of the
re-grading of the Listed Scenic Railway from II to II* on the
application for the proposed Arlington development.  

The Committee were also due to decide whether works to Arlington House
could be completed before the store starts trading.

Planning Committee members have now decided to refer the planning
application for Arlington House and 1-50 Arlington Square to full
council for decision.

What is being proposed for Arlington? 
The plans would see a 7,565 square metre superstore being built on the
existing car park, with improvements to Arlington House. Outline
proposals would see the demolition of the existing retail unites in
Arlington Square, to be replaced with shops, offices, cafes, restaurants
or bars, with a 60 room hotel above, overlooking the seafront. 

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