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We are currently pressing ahead with detailed design work.“I can understand why Licet Holdings Ltd is disappointed by the council's decision and not unsurprisingly it is seeking to persuade both the council and the wider public of the economic benefits of its scheme, which would be a boost to the town's economy.“LGP is one of the largest investors in this sector and the perfect partner for us as they have an established relationship with the council and are keen to help develop Bournemouth’s position as the leading destination on the south coast.” Bournemouth Council Bournemouth Borough Council Leader, Councillor John Beesley, said they “remained convinced” that the NCP car park site would be best used as a bus hub.
Chris Dymond, director of Licet Holdings, said: “Odeon is at the forefront of cinema and we are delighted that the formal agreement has been signed, as are the leading restaurant operators for whom we’ve always been the preferred choice, with the initial letting phase of 12 units fully secured.
THE race to build a new cinema-led leisure complex in Bournemouth town centre has taken an unexpected twist – with cinema giant Odeon switching allegiance.
Odeon, the largest cinema group in Europe, appears to have pulled out of the Pavilion Gardens development planned for the Bath Road North car park.
However, the West Central scheme would be build on land owned by NCP car parks, using private sector funds from Legal and General whereas the Pavilion Gardens scheme relies on Bournemouth council selling them the Bath Road North car park and then entering into a long-term rental agreement for a new underground car park that will be built there.
Both schemes have planning permission, although the council is no longer supportive of the West Central scheme and unsuccessfully tried to scupper it by withholding a small strip of council land.
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